Electrical Technical Information Discussion, 2001 DTS IPC Module Questions in Item Specific Cadillac Discussion; Car was running fine, took to dealer for hail damage repairs. Got car back and battery was dead. Now they ...
- 02-12-07 04:16 PM #1Cadillac Owners Member
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2001 DTS IPC Module Questions
Car was running fine, took to dealer for hail damage repairs.
Got car back and battery was dead.
Now they are saying it has a parasitic draw and that it is being caused by the IPC Module running after car is turned off.
How can problem just come out of no where?
When I took it in for the hail damage, they had to replace hood and trunk and do painless repair on sideds.
In doing so, they had to unhook the door panels, and electric for hood and trunk lid.
Could they have hooked them up wrong causing the draw?
How all of a sudden does a IPC drain a battery when it works fine when the car is running?
Shouldn't it shut off like everything else does, especially when there is a safety feature that makes everything go dead after 20 minutes?
What is the deal?
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