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3 fuses pulled to stop battery drain on subaru loyale.

SPFI fuse Position (dr-lock) Fuse Hazard fuse All needed to be pulled to stop battery drain. Also disconnected what I think was the relay that moved seat-belt after having problems with it. Where should I look for the drains? or what should I replace to fix this. Any help would be great. Thanks James

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  • yadayada
    yadayada Feb 24, 2012

    What systems of the car do the fuses run?

  • James Feb 24, 2012

    SPFI (single point fuel injection),
    Hazard lights and
    Position (Dr-lock) is what the 3 fuses say



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