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Old 09-09-2010, 11:36 PM   #1
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Question Voltage stabilizer + gas saver

I was wondering if this was a piece of crap or if it really works. I'm sorry if anybody has posted the same thing but I haven't seen it. Here is the link not sure if I did it right but you should be able to copy/paste it.



FORD UNIVERSAL JDM VOLTAGE STABILIZER BATTERY/GAS SAVER: eBay Motors (item 170537970855 end time Oct-08-10 20:52:03 PDT)
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No no no.
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So? Does that mean it's a p.o.s I figured it would be, just wondering if it's some kind of a capacitor that would help with stereo drain or if its just a fancy box with wires?
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Its a piece of crap
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Old 09-10-2010, 01:57 PM   #5
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Ok thanks guys just figured i would run it by you all. thanks
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Don't do it.
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Re: Voltage stabilizer + gas saver

question to the group my 2004 seems to have a severe power drain. I have replaced the battery every year for the last three replaced alternator two years ago. last week i put a new battery in and everytime I use the AC it drains it down whats up
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question to the group my 2004 seems to have a severe power drain. I have replaced the battery every year for the last three replaced alternator two years ago. last week i put a new battery in and everytime I use the AC it drains it down whats up
Bad ground? Faulty electronic device causing a parasitic drain?
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Bad ground? Faulty electronic device causing a parasitic drain?
I agree with saleenfiend take your altenator off and clean the contact points "meaning where the bolts screw in at" with sand paper the altenator might not be getting a good ground. It wouldn't hurt to put an extra ground wire running off one of the altenator bolts to the negative of the battery.
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I agree with saleenfiend take your altenator off and clean the contact points "meaning where the bolts screw in at" with sand paper the altenator might not be getting a good ground. It wouldn't hurt to put an extra ground wire running off one of the altenator bolts to the negative of the battery.
Not exactly what I was saying. There are random multiple different electronics throughout the car that depend on different grounds to help complete circuits within the electronics. Usually requires and electronic diagnosis if that's in your neck of the woods.
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