Question about Kenwood KDC-215S CD Player
Have a KDC-215S install in in my Jeep. When the ignition is off, the unit will drain the battery in about 2-3days. Everything is fine when I disconnect the yellow +12v line that provides the constant power. Why does this consume so much power when supposedly is off?
You could add a switch to control the power going to the head unit. I have seen this done in many different vehicles where the head unit drains the battery, even when supposedly off.
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Posted on Jul 19, 2010
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