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I think something on the building site next door is triggering the RF unit/BECM. The Battery dies in about a day now, and it's taking a toll!
I'll have to disconnect a terminal between trips I reckon :(

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Try just disconnecting the blue wire to the receiver for starters. That will reduce the operational range of the receiver and may be enough to stop it.

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Thanks Mr G! I'll give that a go.
I need to see if the battery is still sound after another deep discharge :(

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I thought your one had been upgraded to a new RF Receiver?

I have some RF Filters available again - so drop me a message if you want one at any point!

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My RF unit is stock as far as I know. As she's a 2001, I guess it's gen2? IIRC the gen3 weren't available until after the production run had finished... not sure.
I'd be interested in a Marty RF unit! although, maybe once I've recovered from Christmas. The next priority is an EAS rebuild! She's squatting at the back, evenly. So I think it's the NRV in the valve block or something that is common to both rear lines at least. The rear bags are two years old.