Question about 2005 Mazda 3
Drain is hard to find it could be a short or a component is staying on. you need an amp meter and hook it up between your battery negative terminal and the negative battery cable.turn the key off and check how many amp is the drain make sure all the lights and doors are closed, dont crank the car with amp meter on it will burn the meter. take each fuse out at a time which ever fuse drops the amps down by pulling it out is causing the drain. find what that fuse is for. check that component and the wiring on it for any shorts.
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