BATTERY DRAINS DUE TO CURRENT DRAINS FROM MEMORIES IN COMPON
November, 29, 2007 AT 1:07 PM
I have a 99 mazda protege dx/lx, stick shift, with 93000 miles on it and I am having battery problems and was wondering.I replaced the battery just under 3 yrs ago. I realize it may be time for another one but I came across some info and wanted to know if you had any details regarding this.
" Battery may go dead due to excessive current drains from memories in components like the radio memory or.&Quot;
All standard electrical components fitted to you car will not draw down the battery under normal conditions, Have the battery tested (load tested) charge rate checked, and ask for a current draw test, anything over.15 amp will need investigating