Question about Car Audio & Video
The memory in the cd player/radio is directly connected to the 12 volts from the battery which maintains the clock time and memory of stations and other settings. These seem to be the biggest issues with vehicle battery draining.
Other possibilites would be a shorted wire somewhere in the vehicle. Like faulty door light switch, seat heaters (if applicable) and air temp controls. Make sure all controls are off when vehicle is shut off. Heat/Air fan off, A/C off, cd player faceplate removed, wipers off, and everything else.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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