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1989 porsche 911 3.6 litre

Battery keeps going flat, batt is less than a year old. i can leave the car for a week and it will start ok, another time the batt will go flat a couple of hours after driving........has anyone any ideas before i pull all of my hair out

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Go to pelicanparts.com 911 tech forums for help.

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