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Old February 26th, 2008, 05:15 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by Icebreaker88 View Post
Take of the neg cable from the battery and put a test light between the cable and battery terminal. It should light up if there is a drain ( with the key of). Now start pulling out the fuses one at a time and see when the light goes out. That should at least get you in the direction of what circuit is fck'd up. When pulling the fuses one at a time be sure to put the fuse back in before going to the next circuit if the light did not go out.
Thanks Ill do that right now
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