2001 Chrysler Grand Voyager


Electrical problem
2001 Chrysler Grand Voyager 4 cyl Front Wheel Drive Manual

my problem is the battery is discarging over night and the voltage drop is 12volts at 1.2 /1.5 amps and its not the battery alternator and ive systimaticaly gone trough the fuse box disconnecting all the fuses and realys one at a time and cant find whats causing this discarge

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Thursday, November 5th, 2009 AT 5:30 AM

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If your battery has been properly loadtested, each year, according to its accessories had a different time out, and 25-55 minutes was the wait. It should not draw more then 65miliamps, but a dimly lit 12 volt test light would light after the time out was finished. Is this a 3.3 and are you taking the engine power center stuff. I would use an ammeter, and pull it all. Then start with one plug then other then 10 way then big fuses then medium and then mini's and relays. This way you did not have to wait. The hood lamp had a mercury switch and the deck lid and the hazard circuits, it was always the cigar lighter til 89. Lol let me know if you find it. Every single computer for each system, some load leveling and others were all memory reliant, it was a horror. Why not use one of the schematics that this site has or the service manual has specific instructions for each year. Before recommending replacement of battery.
Ok Try the body computer connectors. Right kick panel.

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Friday, November 6th, 2009 AT 7:23 PM

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