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Unread 09-25-2013, 07:22 PM   #1
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Electrical Gremlins..

So if I have my air on and set to the feet/defrost mode, my battery gauge drops to zero pretty much, everything dims, check gauges come on and it almost stalls. If I turn it off or to a mode that doesn't consist of 2options, everything is almost fine...the battery gauge will drop a tad maybe to 10-11. Where should I begin my search? I plan on removing my AC system before winter, so hopefully that'll help somewhat. I'm thinking BCM issue? I suppose I have a drain somewhere, but I have no idea on how to track it down.

94 ZJ Laredo. 5.2 Crate engine. 6in JKS SA Lift. 33in Destination MTs. ARB Front Bumper.
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