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Even with the wire removed, are you saying it goes dead while driving or just sitting . if it goes dead wile driving then the alternator may not be charging the battery as you drive but if it goes dead while the car sits then there is a draw some where. if you sent me the year make and model with the engine size and also let me know when it goes dead in 1 hour, while driving or car just sitting and i will help you solve the problem. good day
When your car battery goes dead overnight, and if your sure that the battery and alternator are both in good shape then what you may have is a parasitic draw, and it can cause the same result as leaving the headlights on: a dead battery in the morning. You will need a multimeter to trace the draw and to even be sure that is the problem. If you have 1 or 1 is available, get back to me here and i will be glad to help you through the process
I dont think the dealer knew what he was doing ,your altenator has 6 diodes inside it and the are a one way check valve for current,If one fails no light will come on because it is still charging,But will drain your battery,I hope this helps you and have a merry x mas and please dont forget to vote on this solution
you need a mech you have a draw whitch meeans something is on at all times or internal short on something or pass bad batt.
make sure things ore off like dome light trunk light cig lighter out of socket cell phone charger etc. good luck