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Old 01-23-2013, 02:21 AM
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Default Power Stays on Car turn off

I can turn the truck off, open and shut doors and windows are still able to be rolled up and down with truck off, which is in turn causing my battery to die, what is the problem HELP!!!!!
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Sounds like trouble with the electrical part of the ignition switch.
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Default Central Timer Module

Thanks for the reply i'll change that first a $23 part.

I had a close friend who is a mechanic look at the wiring diagram and said that it could be a "Central Timer Module", the only problem is that he lives in another state and cannot physically look at it, another person told me an "Alarm Module", these parts are getting up there and i just don't want to start throwing money out there and it will not be fixed.

Has anyone had this problem?
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The CTM is a possibility but ignition switch problems are more common. I wouldn't up and replace it without checking to see if it's the problem first. A few minutes with a test light can save you $23.
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