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100 Series GXL 2000 Model Current Drain

bbril

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Hi, Hoping someone can help me out here. I'm having issues with my batteries running flat over a few days. I've narrowed down to what seems like a high current draw when it is turned off. Sitting around 700ma. I've found when I disconnect the ECU-B Fuse the draw goes down to 100ma. Any one able to advise what could be drawing this current on the ECU-B wiring? Also having issues with central locking. When put into park the central locking automatically locks the doors. Could this be related?
 

uHu

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Hi, Hoping someone can help me out here. I'm having issues with my batteries running flat over a few days. I've narrowed down to what seems like a high current draw when it is turned off. Sitting around 700ma. I've found when I disconnect the ECU-B Fuse the draw goes down to 100ma. Any one able to advise what could be drawing this current on the ECU-B wiring? Also having issues with central locking. When put into park the central locking automatically locks the doors. Could this be related?
Search. These issues have been discussed here earlier.

Generally - the cause of flat batteries is bad batteries, almost always. Measure the current draw after a couple of minutes, it goes down.

Automatic locking is a programmable option, iirc.
 
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