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Old 01-02-2019, 01:21 AM
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Originally Posted by avalonjohn View Post
The shifter is in the center console. I am not familiar with the battery management system. I told the dealer about the F150 shifter sensor. He kinda played dumb. The car goes into park fine and the dash indicates it is indeed in park. Isn't there some kind of sensor though on the shifter that is not telling the computer to shut off?
I don't think he was playing. People who can really diagnose problems have almost disappeared now that everybody thinks the OBD II port will tell them everything they need to know. I think your friend is doing a better job. At least he's doing some actual tracking of what's causing the draw. I also think as others have said, your battery has taken too many hits to fully recover in this cold weather.
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