Question about Volkswagen Jetta
I've got a '97 Seat Cordoba 1.6 SXE and the battery goes flat if the car hasn't been used for a couple of days.
I've had my meter on the battery and something's pulling 168mA...Not much i know, but flattening a brand new battery after no more than 4 days.
I've removed the fuses one by one and narrowed it down to fuse number 21 - The central locking, interior lights, boot light and diagnostics fuse (according to the back of the glove box).
I've removed: All Door Switches
All Interior Light Fixtures
Boots light fixture
Central Locking Pump
...and I've still got this current drain!!! The CD Player's pulling about 10mA of it but I have no idea where the other 158mA's going and I'm sick of pulling the battery and swapping it for the spare!!!
Has anyone got any ideas where I try next??
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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