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My battrey discharges while the engine is turned off

The battrey in my car discharges within two days and my technician has checked and says every thing is in order.

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You have a small draw on a circuit hook up a dvm and remove fuses 1 at a time wait 25 to 45 mins beetween pullin fuses so system goes to sleep each time and see when the draw goes away

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your dead battrey is taking up a big load on system,so when you boost it the dead battrey is taking it all the starter is geeting vey little.thats the clicking.
if you dont have a charger dicconect both terminals the same way again,put the jumper cables on the dead battrey.let it charge battrey for 10 15 mins .the longer the better.remover jumpers.
with key off and out conected battrey terminals.connect jumper cables and start.
let me know if it start or not hopefully the key hasnt lost its coding.

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