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First thing you should do is have the battery load tested.This will determine if the battery can or will hold a charge. Most auto parts stores will do that for free.Here is a tutorial showing what is involved:
The second thing you can do involves a test light.Disconnect the negative battery cable and install the test light between the negative battery clamp and the negative battery terminal.The test light should be illuminated.Certain things like clocks will keep the light illuminated but you can then start pulling fuses out one at a time.When the test light gets noticeably dimmer you will have then found the circuit that is causing the drain.Hope this helps and thanks for using 2CarPros.
Saturday, June 13th, 2020 AT 7:52 AM