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Geo metro 1993 battery dies

For last 3 years my battery will die in the summer time after 3 days of not using my car in the winter time it will die in 2 day. it i disconnect my green fuse relay fuse it stay charge forever where do i need to start looking for problem

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  • ropell Nov 21, 2008

    I don't have a light in my glove box and i only have one interior light i have check it several time to make sure it not on

  • ropell Nov 21, 2008

    it is in the relay box under the hood near the battery

  • ropell Nov 21, 2008

    40 amp fuse it three fuse inthis box 40 50 and 60 amp when i disconnect 40 amp batter stay charge i don't know what all it control other can't start car when fuse out nor do automatic door lock nor radio nor or interior lights come .

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Most likely a light is staying on somewhere. Remove the light in your glove box, as the most likely culprit and see if the battery is good.

Posted on Nov 21, 2008

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    Brainyass Rabbit Nov 21, 2008

    What and where is the green fuse relay fuse

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