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    Try adding some high capacity Capacitors over the low freq. amps power connectors to aid the battery. (5 to 10F will do over each amp)
    That should catch the peak currents a bit.
    Did the dealer code the new battery to the car?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DavidV Click here to enlarge
    Try adding some high capacity Capacitors over the low freq. amps power connectors to aid the battery. (5 to 10F will do over each amp)
    That should catch the peak currents a bit.
    Did the dealer code the new battery to the car?
    No the new battery wasn't coded. I need to go do that.




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