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    2006 F-12 draining battery voltage

    On one of my 2006 F-12's it seems that it is drawing down the voltage on the battery until it dies. It will draw the power down quickly, battery indicator comes on the screen with the warning light and beeper, then dies. Tested a couple batteries, including brand new one. Same result. Any help/ suggestions?? Much appreciated..

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    JRINJAX's Avatar
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    Oct 2007
    Jax, Florida
    Check the connections to your rectifier, check your engine/battery grounds and see what your running battery votage is. It should be at least 13.8 VDC when running.

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    Are you leaving the lanyard pluged in? If not you said "one of" if you have another ski that is the same then start going through the electrical on both with a volt meter and find the parsitic draw. Could be a stuck relay or an aftermarket part thats not installed correctly or faulty.

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    Rock Hill, SC
    Could be the main relay. Do you hear any "clicking" nosie in the rear of the ski after truning if off or when plugging in the lanyard but before cranking the ski?

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