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My 2005 trail blazer keeps drawing the battery dead when it is not running. usually about 12-14 hours and its dead?

Everything works right when running, but when it sits, the battery gets drained.

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I had this problem and found the secondary air inj. pump was coming on because of corrosion. Replaced relay to it cleaned it up and so far so good. It is located under the vehicle on the drivers side almost below the seat.My girlfriend happened to hear the pump running at 4:30 am one morning while letting the dog out

Posted on Jan 27, 2013

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SOURCE: 1996 Chevy Blazer battery draining/won't start

What normally you have to look for is that your belt is running properly because your car might be running a lot more off the battery and not so much of f the alternator, but normally if the alternators bad it will drain the battery even if the cars not running.. Yes your first thing you would want to do is check the wiring and al that just because thats cheap and easy but most likley you wanna get the altenator tested...you can get that done at advance auto.. please rate me if you get a chance and if you have any other questions just let me know ill check up on your problem..

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SOURCE: 2005 CHEVY +TRAIL BLAZER ABS AND BRAKE LIGHTS ON

When the ABS light is on when driving there is a problem in the anti lock brake system and you will need to have it tested to find out what the problem is. As long as the light is on the ABS has been shut off by the computer until it is repaired. There could be problems with one of the wheel speed sensors, wiring or the ABS pump. On some vehicles the red brake light will come on too.

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SOURCE: where is the pcv valve on the 2005 chevy trail blazer

Dear hispeed3,

If you haven't bought the part yet and are planning on replacing it ...i'd go to the auto parts store and ask them for the part location. They are usually glad to do this. I know Advanced Auto Parts does this for me.

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SOURCE: where is the pcv valve on the 2005 chevy trail blazer

It is located on top of the valve cover. Buy the new one and you will see what it looks like, then you will pull the hose off of it and put the new one on, 5-minutes at top to do this job.

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BATTERY VOLTAGE CAN DRAIN THROUGH STARTER RELAY OR BAD DIODE IN THE ALTERNATOR.I WOULD REPLACE THE STARTER RELAY.I AM LOOKING AT A ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM.YOU HAVE A 40 AMP IGNITION FUSE THAT FEED THE STARTER RELAY.IF STARTER RELAY HAS A SHORT IN IT.IT COULD DRAIN THE BATTERY.

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Dear hispeed3,

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