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I have a 97 jeep gran cherokee limited that has a relay going bad in it i belive? it is making a clicking noise by the fuse box and drained my battery. is this common?

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Try disconecting your negative pole off the battery, then use a 12 volt light bulb one contact, with its socket conect one wire to the battery negative and the other one to the negative cable that you disconect of the battery, if the light bulb flashes, you have an open circuit probably caused by the timer that keeps your courtesy lights on for 2 minutes, try opening and shutting all doors and check. this is done with engine off

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