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Old 04-04-19, 02:16 PM   #1
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Can anyone tell me why my battery drains over night this has happend to two of mine now i have a brand new one on now & just waiting to see what happens in the morning just wonderd if some one know what could be draining them thank's in advance BILL
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Old 05-04-19, 11:31 AM   #2
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Boot light is one suspect.

However, ECO MODE should kick in and turn them off after 20 mins.
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Aftermarket radio is another suspect too.
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Thank you for getting back so soon iv'e put the old casset radio back in & disconnected back interior light see what tomorrow brings thank's again
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I had this with a Mitsubishi Delica where the diode pack had failed and was allowing the battery to run down through it.
Just a thought.

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If you want to narrow down the cause, buy a cheap clamp meter and put it around one of the battery leads. Measure the leakage current with everything off and then remove one fuse at a time, until you find one that reduces the draw to almost zero. The defect is on that circuit.
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