Dodge Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
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It sounds like your issue is that something's being left on causing your battery to drain overnight.. The good news is we see this from time to time and there is an easy way to find what's going on..
The first thing you will need is a multimeter, do you have one and are you going to be doing the repairs?
Thanks for the reply!!
Ok great, since your going to be doing the repairs you will need to get a multimeter and set it on DCA which is DC current Amps setting and basically turn everything off key out don't even open a door and connect the meter in series between the positive post and the positive terminal.. The spec is .050 milliamps and if it's excessive then start pulling fuses and when it drops start disconnecting the components on that circuit.. Make sense? We usually see the glovebox light, radio causing it most of the time...
I hope this helps,
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