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What type of license plate socket fuse do i need to replace


Hello Juani Ornelas,

just a Scientific Wild Guess...

Most likely you are NOT looking at a FUSE FAILURE.

There is NOT a separate fuse for your license.

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You are looking for a bad sockette either electrically joined together ... it is a bulb or socket issue...!!

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2005 lt got a parasitic draw of 1.02 ma pulled all fuses still shows up. is there anywhere else i could look mebay relay's ?


a 1.02ma draw is nothing, and is the sort of draw your clock and the flashing light would draw.

In that same conversation, it was suggested that a 200-milliamp draw was "acceptable." That is certainly not the case. In fact, we suggest a 25-milliamp draw is normal and anything that exceeds 100-milliamps indicates an electrical issue that needs to be addressed. Although I have checked the parasitic draw on my Excursion in the past, I'd never photographed that test. I did just that today and it indicated a draw of about 60-milliamps. That's not too bad, considering I have some of the newer electrical accessories, like memory seats, mirrors and radio presets.


Diagnostic ideas in the link.

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99 cadillac battery draw


You have to find out what all is on those fuse's and isolate the circuits till you find the draw . Looking at a electrical distribution chart would help ! Free diagrams at http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html
After entering vehicle info . under system click on electrical distribution , then under subsystem click on fuse panel . This will tell you what all that fuse power's up . Disconnect componets till draw goes away . Could be a bad BCM or some other module not powering down .

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Car jerks when accelerating don't know where to look struggles to start have to disconnect the battery everytime when engine off 2nd battery bought already


You have what is referred to as a parasitic draw or drain on the battery . If your not familiar with automotive electrical systems an testing , I suggest you take it to a ASE certified repair shop . How To Perform Parasitic Draw Test EricTheCarGuy Now about the jerking when accelerating , ever have a tune - up ? Replace spark plugs , wires ,air filter , etc...

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I have a bad draw on my battery on my 85 toyota pickup ive removed the postive battery terminal and placed a volt meter between the positive battery cable and the positive battefy terminal its pulling over...


Had similar draw (not alternator specific) that two auto electrical repair experts diagnosed wrong that turned out to be a stuck starer solenoid that would not full release after cranking. Cleaned the solenoid (very simple and easy) and no more draw.

Could be a bad battery.

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Westington house566 fridge and freezer it gos for a hold hour and cuts the house power off whats making it do that


To much amperage draw on that circuit. You can try replacing the circuit breaker with a newer one of the same amperage. If that does not help look to renove some electrical draw from that ceurcuit.

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Check the glove box light. I have found that they are bad about causing a draw but are easily overlooked.

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Open electrical circut battery going dead after several day


An open circuit will not kill a battery "open" means that the switch or wiring is disconnected. What you are looking for is something remaining on. Do a quick check to make sure that with the car off, no glove box, dome or courtesy lights (including trunk or under hood lights are remaining on (brake lights too). No tests are valid unless the battery has been fully charged and load tested, so, do that.
Once you are ready to test, you need to install an ammeter between either battery lead and the battery. The meter will show draw. Then pull each fuse 'till the draw substantially diminishes (don't forget, testing with the door open will give you a reading from the dome light etc). The fuse that you pulled when the draw dropped is the circuit that is staying on.
Then, with the fuse back in,you will need to begin unplugging items served by that fuse (fuses often serve more than one item) till the draw again disappears.That is the item causing the problem. Be aware also that an alternator can sometimes develop an internal fault which will cause draw but sometimes not noticeably affect charging. So, if you have pulled all the fuses and did not find the problem, that's a good place to look.
Doing electrical diagnosis takes time and patience If you don't have either, have a reputable shop do the work. Also, anything having to do with the somewhat larger, bright yellow wire under the dash, leave alone. If you do anything with that wire you can deploy the airbag system (bad)
Hope you find the problem quickly!
Good Luck!!

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1996 Totota Camry electrical drain


couldnt you put the srs onto atggle switch to turn on and off as needed ????

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I have a battery draw problem in my 96 eagle talon.It's not the alternator.I've got it narrowed down to 2 fuse's the ignition and engine fuse. when I pull both fuse's I loose the draw. one or the other I...


If you still get current drawing when car is turned off, you will have to start pulling electrical connectors and checking for draw. If no change, connect, and go to next connector, repeating until the draw stops, this is the bad component.
I would start with any aftermarket electrical components. Alarm's, radio's, etc. Then I would disconnect and check for draw on any component that get's power when car is off. Horn, light's, brake light switch (usually located towards top of brake pedal), radio, cigarette lighter, etc...Disconnect each component separately and check for current draw.

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