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Old 12-29-2012, 06:27 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by Poolside View Post
If I remember, my '02 1150 was about 7mA (.007A) key-off current draw.

A 1200 I measured was a little more, but there is a caveat to measuring the key-off draw. The accessory power port on the rear subframe of the 1200 remains energized for some amount of time after the ignition key is switched off. When the accessory power port is energized the key-off current draw is much higher.

Good point I waited till the processor cycled once but not necesarily long enough for the socket to shut down. Back to the garage....
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