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Electrical system I tryng to put a new battery. I need to know how much current should it drain when no accessories are running, the ignition key is off. It is possible that I should see certain quantities of amps and after somes minutes it get lower. I so, please tel me how many amps on each steps. Thank you very much

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  • normandlozea Jan 01, 2009

    I got a current of around half of an amps. seem to be OK.

    But now the car do not start with a brand new battery. The exterior temperature is about -1 F or -20 C The starter turn at a good speed. No explosions seen to occur. No gas odor neer the motor. The gas tank is at the half.

    Could it be a common problem on that model ?

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Less than 1 volt with door closed and key off,nothing on.

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Partial TSB
Article No.
02-9-5
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