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2001 ford ranger: V6..The battery keeps dying..alternator tested

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I have 2001 ford ranger with V6. The battery keeps dying. I had the alternator tested it is good. I have found that fuse 26 in the fuse box is drawing 12V at .5-1amp. I believe this to be the cause of the battery dying when the car is off. Do you have an idea what could be causing this circuit to discharge battery.
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Ford
Expert:  lamontgomery replied 8 years ago.

I found some wiring information on your fuse. Try disconncting each component to isolate the problem.

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Loy