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Hi i,ve got a 56 reg ford galaxy theres a problem with a drain on the battery the only thing i,ve noticed is a message on the dash board computer saying alarm service required had everything checked and don,t know where to go from here

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    Donnie Wilson May 11, 2010

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Did you get anywhere with this problem.. our battery has run down twice now with no obvious reasons.. quite worrying to be honest..

and We have had the alarm service message on and off since we had the car but Ford don't seem to care about that one! maybe it is connected?

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