Question about 1990 Volvo 240
Most likely a short somewhere, you could try and remove a fuse at a time and then leave it overnight, like start at the radio and move on one at a time, then you might find the culprit. Have you purchase a haynes/chiltons manual? This will have alot of the information you will need and only run about 20$. A cheap fix is to hook up a switch on your power battery cable and you can just wire it up into the car or whatever. Then you can just disconnect when your done at the end of the day. This is kind of a cheap fix/last resort effort but very very effective. Make sure to clean all the connections and the ground as well to make sure your battery is getting charged properly. Also how old is the battery?
Hope some of this helps,
Keep me posted.
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
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