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drain on battery after airbag relay was changed on a recall

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Old 09-19-2017, 10:33 AM
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Default drain on battery after airbag relay was changed on a recall

So I get the recall on the airbag relay, 4 days later car won't start, jump start it, that works. Go and get the battery tested and it's good ...

3-4 days later same things happens, jump start again, it works, several days later same thing. Called dealership and they "can't find anything" ... give push back that it's related to the recall but while they are checking it now things weird beep come on when you put in gear or reverse ... SO he finally found a bad fuse, fixed that ... no more trouble, that was 2 weeks ago ... until today, won't start, jumping worked ... but NOW what.

If not the battery ... where do I go from here?

The dealership he did a battery load and said the battery was good ... alternator is good. Could this be related to the relay install ... pinched a wire or something. I haven't called the dealership as I know i will get push back.

I have a Mazda CX-9, 2008.
 

Last edited by Tammy Saunders StClair; 09-19-2017 at 10:41 AM.
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