<VV> making sure trunk light goes out

FrankCB at aol.com FrankCB at aol.com
Mon Dec 31 17:06:05 EST 2007

    Excellent idea!  However, for the general case  where you are losing 
charge on your battery over a short period of time, you can  insert a low current 
ammeter between the positive battery post and the big  cable.  This will show 
if you have a steady but low current drain.  If  you find one, start pulling 
fuses (one at a time) to find which fused circuit  (if any) has the current 
drain.  Don't forget the electric clock in Corsas  will periodically cause some 
current to flow when it rewinds -  that is, if  the clock is actually working 
which very few are.<GGGG>
    Frank "measure first"  Burkhard   
In a message dated 12/30/2007 8:04:59 PM Eastern Standard Time,  
Wrsssatty at aol.com writes:

Based  upon my experience, the trunk light goes out as you lower the trunk   
lid long before the lid is actually shut.  Peer into the trunk as  you  
lower the trunk lid and you should see the light go  out.

~Bill Stanley

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