Question about Chevrolet Cars & Trucks
You may have what is called a parasitic draw, simply put something ( an electric circuit or component ) is emptying your battery of its power. It may be as easy as something that was left on like a dome light or a faulty electrical circuit component. First look and listen inside your vehicle with the doors closed for any lights that remain on or sounds of something running. There's a start good luck.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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hello jck... you have an electrical short. problem is these can be hard to find. once found, easy to fix. look in the yellow pages for an autoelectric repair shop. these shops have the necessary diagnostic tools to locale a short in no time. well worth the cost. Joe
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