Question about 1993 Ford Mustang
Another thing to try is the plug that connects to the alternator. You can get it at an auto parts store and it is cheap. We had the same problem with batteries and several alternators and all it ended up being is the small plug.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
It's hard to know what the previous owner had in mind by installing a kill switch on the fuel pump. Was this to overcome some wiring problem?
You say the battery "suddenly started draining". can you recall anything else that might have happened about that time that might be associated with the "sudden battery drain"?
If you disconnect the ground battery lead can you see any small sparks when you touch the lead to the battery terminal? If you can detect any, this indicates something is drawing current from the battery.
Then remove one fuse at a time and check the presence of sparks again. maybe you might luck out and find which circuit (fuse) is causing the current drain.At least you might be able to isolate the problem
hope this helps Loringh
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
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