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Sounds like you have a stuck fuel pump relay inside the computer. You
can open up the computer to see where the relay is then take the
cover off the relay and unstick the relay pole. Duke will have more
info I'm sure, I think he wrote the tech tip on it, but I can't find
it right now.
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> I've been having trouble with a dead battery lately. The battery
> seems to accept a charge when I put it on the charger over night so
> think the battery is OK. No problem, I'll put in a new alternator.
> When I disconected the battery ground wire the HP fuel pump clicked
> off. Connect again and the HP pump clicks back on. THE IGNITION IS
> OFF (and the key removed). The Hp pump and who knows what else is
> putting a constant drain on the battery when the ignition is off.
> Anyone have this trouble before or know what is going on? I was
> to take it on a short road trip Wednesday but I have to figure this
> out before I go.
> Any help would be appreciated.
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