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I ve been messing around just trying to fix a few little things on my wing,so when I took the clock out to see why it wouldn't work,the po had spliced the hot wire and added a toggel switch,well the switch was bad so I soddered the wire back to its original state.After doing this I see that the clock stays on all the time,so I figure this is the reason for the toggel,my question is will this be enough draw to kill the battery,I live in South Carolina so i enjoy the luxery of riding pretty much year round.
 

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I had an 85 Aspy and the clock ran all the time. No problems that I noticed and it would sit for 2 weeks at a time and still started.
 

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Yeah, the clock is supposed to stay on. If you're charging system is good, it should not be a problem. I will say that if you leave it sit for a month or so it could be a problem, but otherwise you should be good.
 

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Yep, it's normal. I keep a battery tender on it during the winter, and during the summer it doesn't sit for more than a day before it's on the road again.
 
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