1992 Toyota Corolla 4 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 100000 miles
My son has a 92 toyota corolla and there appears to be something shorted and draining his battery. I initially thought that this would be easy to find and was proven wrong. With the car turned off, I put a current meter in series with the battery and found that there was imitially 700 mA of current being drawn with everything turned off. I proceeded to remove every fuse in the fusebox one by one and was expecting to see the current disappear when I came across the faulty circuit. I removed every fuse one at a time while checking the current draw and found the current still there. I also removed all fuses in the 2 fuse boxes next to the battery to no avail. There is a bank of threee square fuse looking things right at the positive cable that I could not remove. Any ideas as to how I can properly troubleshoot this. The current was drawing a little over 1 amp after I finished removing all fuses. Finding the source of 1 amp should be easier to find than I am expecting! Please help!
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Monday, January 21st, 2008 AT 12:09 AM