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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i would suggest that u start to check power from 85A main fuse it supplies the power to all those circuits! circuit must be open!
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
SOURCE: battery won't keep a charge
not quite a solution --- but also check for parasitic current draws --- in my 1991 its the older security alarm system that runs down my battery in less than a week ususally. I could replace it with a newer smaller current one - but have gotten used to just keeping the car on a charger all the time since I don't use it for weeks at a time. Therre are a lot of other cutrrent draws due to all the interior lights - have you changed your routine since the fix. Maybe that window/switches was reassembled incorrectly.
By the way those regulator cables (in the 1991 it was a flexible plastic tape --- that gets brittle and breaks) are basically defective across the whole cadillac line going into the 2000+ models.
I just had a regulator tape replaced for about 300$. GM wanted $500. The tape itself cost just under $100 .... but the labor is a bit tedious.
Also when I left that shop my battery was dead (went in with the usual full charge) and they had to jump it when I left --- they ran it down using and testing with the window motor and having the doors open for several hours and the interior lights on - so perhaps you just need a full overnight charge.
Posted on May 02, 2009
SOURCE: how to charge dual batteries
There should be a bridge mounted close to the main battery. Make sure that bridge is on. Now connect your charger to the main battery. This will charge both batteries evenly.
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
okay,think of it this way,you tried starting,engine turned slowly,no start.....then you charged battery,engine wont turn over(although accessories work)WHY WAS THE BATTERY DEAD TO START WITH.Try a jump start(another battery)if it starts then you know what im going to say.....
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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