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Can you just drop a battery in the 12 volt system? No draw problems?

Idea maybe for:
Engine off lighting (LEDs)
Running High and Low beams at the same time for periods
Even easyer starting
 

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WhiteHawk said:
Can you just drop a battery in the 12 volt system? No draw problems?

Idea maybe for:
Engine off lighting (LEDs)
Running High and Low beams at the same time for periods
Even easyer starting
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I have a 04 600 SDi and but a reg 12 volt battery in it, I took out the capacitor thingy and the small battery cell. It worked fine at first then the lights started flashing in the gauge, (warning light) I pulled main fuse and it was fine when replaced it. Brought it to dealer and told me to put back in stock battrey and capacitor, siad ther was feed back.
 

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ssmskidoo said:
WhiteHawk said:
Can you just drop a battery in the 12 volt system? No draw problems?

Idea maybe for:
Engine off lighting (LEDs)
Running High and Low beams at the same time for periods
Even easyer starting
[snapback]688057[/snapback]​
I have a 04 600 SDi and but a reg 12 volt battery in it, I took out the capacitor thingy and the small battery cell. It worked fine at first then the lights started flashing in the gauge, (warning light) I pulled main fuse and it was fine when replaced it. Brought it to dealer and told me to put back in stock battrey and capacitor, siad ther was feed back.
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That kinda tells me I need more than just a battery (capacitor). I just bought a factory service manual, I need to check out the wiring diagrams and see what else is in there.
 
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