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2001 Lincoln Navigator Parasitic Draw

Hi All, I have a 2001 Lincoln Navigator VIN: 5LMFU28R8ILJ24829 I have had a issue with my battery being dead every morning. I have turned off every switch and knob I could find. I have a 300Ma draw with the car in sleep mode. I have narrowed it to fuse #103 in my power distribution box under the hood. The fuse is for Junction Box Battery Feed. When I pull the fuse, my draw drops to nothing. Can anybody suggest where to go from here or maybe someone has had the same problem? I greatly appreciate your time.

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300 ma. draw, should not kill battery over night if battery in decent shape.

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SOURCE: Battery drains overnight.

Make sure battery surface is clean and dry. No liquid or fluid !

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