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Security light

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Just noticed wifes Torrent security light flashes when door's are locked and goes off when unlocked is this the norm? Only reason I aske is because I never drive it and it sat for 4 days and was never started and when she tried battery was drained and key got stuck.  Got battery check and it was good but drained.  The following 2 days the battery was dead. but since its been fine. so just wondering if the light should be flashing and that is what might have caused the battery issue during the 4 day period.


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The small red light on the dash? Yup, that should flash when the doors are locked. It barely draws any power so it shouldn't cause any battery issues unless your battery already is near complete and utter death ;)

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The small red light on the dash? Yup, that should flash when the doors are locked. It barely draws any power so it shouldn't cause any battery issues unless your battery already is near complete and utter death ;)

no its the security yellow flashing light on the lower right corner of the dash it has a picture of a car with a lock that flashes

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no its the security yellow flashing light on the lower right corner of the dash it has a picture of a car with a lock that flashes

Ah, yeah that is the same.

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