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If you have a test light, you can find what is causing the battery drain.
To find the problem, disconnect the positive battery cable and connect the test light clamp to the positive post of the battery and the pointed end of the test light to the positive cable end. If the test light lights, you have a current draw. You will have to remove one fuse at a time and see if the test light bulb goes out and then reinstall the fuse. You will have to do every fuse under the hood and also under the dash.Then is the test light is still lighting up after the fuses, then disconnect the alternator and any other electrical accessory till the light goes out.
I have already tried everyting you suggested before going on line. nothing has worked.
i have narrowed it to a fuse but don't know if the problem is in the wiring before it goes
into the computer or after it leaves the computer. trying to find a wiring diagram.
What fuse have you narrowed it to?
A fuse number and location will help.
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