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I have a blue flashing light that flashes when I set alarm and car is off . Is this normal and will it drain my battery ? ( 2002 Nissan Pathfinder )

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The flashing blue light is to let potential thieves know that there is an alarm in the car. it uses minimal power and should not drain your battery.

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Mine would drain my (new) battery and I know it was that light because after I disconnected it no more battery drain... I dont use my truck often so even though it was only a small amount of drain to the battery it was enough to need a jump after only a week of it sitting

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