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Batterie my car has been havin trouble with the batterie something eats up my batterie and it wont stay charge when i get it charge also it cranks up but when i put it on drive it will turn off can u tell me what the problem may be some one told me it was the fuel pop i bought a new one 2 days ago but itill do the same thing.

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  • Marty marty May 11, 2010

    sounds like a bad ECU (engine control unit)...change it to another one, but ensure exact same model

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It may be the electronic leveling system. my air bags /or shocks are going out, and the elc runs alot. now my battery isdying

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