Question about 2001 Lincoln LS
Make sure the stereo wasn't wired directly to the battery. Alot of times when/if you buy a preowned vehicle, you may discover that the previous owner had the stereo wired directly to the battery. This can be nice if you are working outside or on your vehicle and want the luxury of listening to your system without having the switch on and not having to hear that annoying ding, ding, ding...if you need to have your driver side door open. However it can be a pain if you turn the volume down and forget it's still on you will end up with a dead battery. It's possible if you were straight wired that when you had the new battery installed the stereo wire was unnoticed and became detached from it's connection.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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