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SOURCE: my battery keeps draining down at night it's a 99 dodge durango

you have something draining the battery,check for any lights that might be staying on,interior light,stop light under the hood light(if any),glove box light trunk light, if you have a multimeter with amp testing capability or an amp meter you can check where the drain is by removing each fuse & put the probes on each side the terminals until you find a drainage,that way you might be able to find out what is draining the power & rectify it......hope this helps......cheers

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SOURCE: my battery keeps draining down at night it's a 99 dodge durango

I had the same problem, i had a new alternator and battery but it still drained it overnight. I removed the light under the hood and its been fine since

Posted on Aug 24, 2010

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