Re: Battery/Electrical ? and help needed
Before you do ANYTHING ELSE...
If you didn't install or change anything before the first battery started doing this...
Take your vehicle or alternator to a parts store with an alternator tester. Have the diodes in the alternator checked.
If you have a diode out, the battery will go dead in a couple of days, but the alternator will still charge when the engine is running.
If that test comes up good, then take the negative battery cable off, and let the vehicle set a couple or three days, and see if the battery goes dead or not.
If it does, it's the battery. If it doesn't, it's the vehicle.
Put a digital multi-meter (volt-ohm meter, $20 at Radio Shack or Wal-Mart) set on DC Volts in between the battery negative cable and the negative post on the battery.
You are looking for under 1 volt passing through that connection.
If you have more than 1 volt showing, start pulling fuses one at a time, check the meter, pull another fuse, check the meter, ect. until you find the load.
If you have pulled all the fuses and you are still showing a load, then it's time for some specific instructions, come back here and ask again.
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