Actually soft drinks can cause extensive problems. The sugar and chemicals in Coke or Pepsi are extremely corrosive. Over time (the chemicals) they will cause irrepairable damage.
Originally Posted by Supercourse
Sounds like they think a bottle of something was in the glove box and leaked over the fuse box and relays.
Possible I suppose, but I am doubtful that most soft drinks, etc. would cause such problems.
I have had more than several DJ's fired after spilling a soda on a radio mixing console since they are no less than $50k and you can never fully repair one after that.
If this is the cause of your problem..fix it immediately and sell it just as fast.
On a lighter note:
Easy way for you to check the battery problem is have Sears/NTB, Auto zone, or Pep Boys check the battery.
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