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2007 Corvette: Service Bulletin: Dead Battery, Reprogram RCDLR

Bulletin Number:  07.06.03.001

Condition
Some customers may comment on a dead battery after the vehicle has been parked for a extended period of time. Typically, the battery will last approximately two weeks.

Cause

A software anomaly within the remote control door lock receiver (RCDLR) causes an additional 30 mA draw on the battery when passive locking is enabled and the vehicle is parked.

Correction

Reprogram the remote control door lock receiver.

On Corvette models, prior to reprogramming, remove the Radio/S-Band/VICS 15-amp fuse from the I/P electrical center (passenger side).

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