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95 Geo Prizm, 2.8L Under the hood in the fuse panel, the DOME

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95 Geo Prizm, 2.8L: Under the hood in the fuse panel, the "DOME" fuse is 20 amps. The schematics I have found show only the dome light and trunk light on that circuit. The ABS schematic shows reference to the Dome Fuse without a direct connection. The dome circuit is drawing 4/100's of an amp with key off and all doors closed. My question: What else is drawing from the DOME fuse? Why does the DOME circuit need 20 amps? I am trying to find what is drawing from the battery leaving it near dead after 12 hrs.
I am using Alldata/diy website. http://www.alldatadiy.com/alldata/AFI~V20482343~C21271~R0~OD~N/0/41746505/42420041/42420045/42420047/34853741/34869956/34869958/42027608/56473704/144809307

Hello,

 

The dome fuse also feed the electronic brake control modual and its very likley the source of you draw. Try unplugging the modual and see if the draws goes away. I have enclosed the diagram.

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The Electronic Brake Control Modual is located in the RF Kick panel.

 

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Customer: replied 6 years ago.
Should that circuit be drawing any current when the key is off and doors closed?
No it should not.
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Customer: replied 6 years ago.
Thank You
Customer: replied 6 years ago.
Is there any way to disconnect the EBCM without uncovering the kick panel?
No, the kick panel has to come off to access the connector.
Customer: replied 6 years ago.
Pulling the 50amp ABS fuse wouldn't disable the EBCM?
Yes I satnd corrected, looking at the diagram , yes it should.
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