There is battery drain somewhere and it should be quite bad unless the battery is faulty.
You need to isolate the problem through the main fuses under hood. Remove the battery negative terminal and attach a test lamp between it and the battery.
If it lights up ( do not use high wattage, light not work) there is a voltage drain.
Start pulling out the fuses and the one that stops the lamp from lighting is the circuit that you should go for. Check all its related components.
Sunday, July 13th, 2008 AT 12:04 PM