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2006 Corolla LS battery continual drainage

Battery drainage occurs even thought battery and alternator replaced.
Battery replaced at 8000 miles and similar at 28000 miles alterantor replaced. 2 weeks later Feb15, 2009 battery drained again.

I believe dealer has tools to diagnos problem, or they are avoiding to identify the cause.

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Difficult to accurately *****, you need to get the charging checked, even though you have a new alternater the problem could be as simple as the charging light not working, which causes the alternater to initiate. or you may have an electrical component staying on draining the battery.

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