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Had a compustar remote starter installed in a 06 Impala recently and after 48 hours the battery is dead. Happened several different times. Chevy dealer checked battery and alternator and advised no problem. Compustar dealer can't seem to find or know the problem. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

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Ok, unplug the Compustar as it has an open relay pulling 30+ amps
right now. Something is powerering it all the time.
Obviously this is wrong.

Take it to the installer for inspection
and correction.

Make sure the bypass used is correct and installed properly
as well. It is definately the responsibility
of the remote starter installer to a repair.

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