Dealer called this morning and said that Volvo USA wants them to:A battery nearing EOL which can be much shorter than people think with some vehicles will drain down sometimes in a very short period. A 10mA drain is not pulling a good battery down in a few days or a week.
10mA seems low for that car I would expect 60-100mA. I would expect them to arm the anti theft system, to do this they would probably have to feed the test leads to outside as it wont arm with the hood open.
Some cars that are not going to be driven should have the doors locked with the key not the remote so the system does not arm, it can draw quite a bit of current armed and idle. Just some thoughts.
1. replace the siren module
2. Install new battery due to low battery
This is the second module replacement: The first one was last spring with the climate control module that was a $1,000 -- paid by warranty.
The service department said that Volvo USA probably sees these problems a lot more then their shop and probably knows best. They have to order the part.
Imagine me sitting here thinking that buying a low mileage car was a good idea and now sit here wondering what the future will hold for the maintenance on this car.