Question about 2004 Honda Accord
Battery continuously loses charge. Have replaced battery and hasn't solved the problem. May go several days, even a couple of weeks without a problem. Then may happen several days in a row. Almost as if there's a short. Possibly in the key cylinder or steering column ... don't know. There's been no aftermarket products installed. Anyone else having/had this problem???
You need to get an automotive circit tester and measure the amp draw. once your are able to do that you need to start pulling fuses untill u see your amp draw drop then you have found your problem. make sure you dont have any light on durring this process. thats including the domb
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