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Old 09-09-2001, 02:57 PM
joeywarren joeywarren is offline
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All - thanks for the help.

Sorry for the delay in getting back, I have been away at a concert! I even used the car to get there - a bit of a risk.. buuut - whilst there, I solved the problem.

A dodgy earth wire in the trunk from the CD changer to the earth point had fried - looks like I used the wrong guage wire... and hence was discharging the battery by a "slow cooking" method... lucky it didn't cause a fire...


It has got me thinking about other potential (pre-me!) DIY bodges that I may need to check out upon your advice... power antennas, fuses (locating power problems with a meter.. I have one.. yes).. I think I will do the "full monty" and ensure we all safe in there.

Thanks again 92400E, tkamiya, dlswnfrd (brother of the Benz??) - cheers & if you have any other W124 wagon general advice - let's hear it!

CHeers

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1984 W123 230E Saloon/Sedan! (82k miles - Ice Blue as new)
1985 W123 230TE (96K miles - stinkingly nice!)
1995 W124 E320 Wagon (130k miles)
Future projects:
Sportline Suspension W124, W123 TE restoration, A/C, cruise & powered seats retrofit!

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