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    Priority Start- wcoates thanks

    Hey wcoates...I misplaced your email address but I wanted to thank you for the "priority start". I definitely needed one as every time I go to use the car after it has sat for a few days I have to "re-engage" the battery. You can hear the device cycle on when the battery level has dropped a bit. Take care and thanks for the great advice..

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    Re: Priority Start- wcoates thanks

    I am not aware of this, what is the 'priority start?'

    Peace,

    Chief

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    Re: Priority Start- wcoates thanks

    Moose glad it is working for you! Had one on both Allantes and one became available. Can get at most parts stores 50-60 bucks.

    Chief the web site site below explains the Priority Start product. This certainly is not the answer instead of finding a electrical drain. But with all the potential drains on our cars, it sure works until the drain is found!


    http://prioritystart.com/

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    Re: Priority Start- wcoates thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by wcoates View Post
    Chief the web site site below explains the Priority Start product. This certainly is not the answer instead of finding a electrical drain. But with all the potential drains on our cars, it sure works until the drain is found
    Thanks Bill...this product makes since for me since my car is mostly a 'garage queen!' There have been a few times where I've had to go for the jump start!

    Chief

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    Re: Priority Start- wcoates thanks

    Bill: You're right about finding the drains...At this point I'm enjoying driving too much on the weekends. I'll tackle the issues in the fall. Moose

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    Re: Priority Start- wcoates thanks

    Bill...I got the 'Priority Start' in the mail yesterday, it was around $100 with shipping. The funny part is that when I went to start the car this morning, the battery was drained down and it wouldn't start!

    So I'll charge up the battery and install it tomorrow and I'll see how this works out in the future! Thanks again for the heads up!

    Chief

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    Re: Priority Start- wcoates thanks

    I fully charged the battery and installed the Priority Start. Because of where the battery is located, the first time is not a charm, it's a little tricky to get it in there but it's doable. "So now we'll see how it's works!"

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    Re: Priority Start- wcoates thanks

    Chief

    Work/no work?

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    Re: Priority Start- wcoates thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by wcoates View Post
    Chief

    Work/no work?
    So far it's working absolutely perfect, and believe me I'm still not starting the car as much as I should. But everytime I jump in there, including this morning, it fires right up! Bill, you are the man!

    Chief

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