Question about 1985 Ford Mustang
If the battery doesn't have a bad cell in it then double check any direct hot wires that lead from the battery directly and disconnect any that are not needed. Typically an alarm will do this if the alarm is malfunctioning. On rare occasions a vehicle radio secondary power line will cause this to happen.
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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