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Old 11-03-2006, 02:46 PM   #21
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I tried it in hybrid setting, nothing changed, it was exactly the same. I'm put it back to it's original settings. It's no biggie.
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The SG doesn't go back to sleep - it stays lit and trying to communicate to the engine or completely locks up and has to be unplugged. And I mean stays lit for hours or overnight. I think I need to double check my power to the battery - there has been a bunch of problems with the radio skipping stations on the digital tuner also.
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