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Hi, My car is "eating" batteries since about 3 years. it's been 3 batteries on it. The dealer tested the car, alternator, ground, parasite and they haven't found anything relevant. I wanted to make a test with the remote starter. Is there any way I can remove a fuse or anything to disable the started during a few days without loosing all config on it ? Could the starter be related ?
I'm getting out of luck on this issue until now. Please advice! Thank you
asked Dec 16, 2019 in Mitsubishi by Simon Beaudoin (130 points)

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Just unplug power and ground from the unit. It won't loose any programming if it's a Fortin module.


Although doing this won't answer any questions as to why its eating batteries.


You should perform a parasitic draw test and disconnect modules/fuses too see where the drain is comming from.
answered Dec 16, 2019 by Derek (186,920 points)
Thank you, I will test it out asap.