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Actually, parasidic drains are very simple to find and fix. The Technician needs to isolate the circuit that is staying alive, (excess of 50 milliamps), at the fuse panel. Then start disconnecting the loads that are on that circuit one at a time until your milliamps drop to near ZERO. What most Technicians miss, is a computer that is not going dormant or "to sleep". This is very common, but the Tech needs to understand how to read the BUS LINES and when the modules are at rest. Some NODES/MODULES can take up to one hour to go to sleep mode.
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Then it's an intermittent problem that WILL return.
Yes, but the tests I suggested need to be done.
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