Question about Ford F-350
Performed draw down test due to truck being dead after 4 days of sitting. Already load tested batteries. Charging at 14.4 volts
You have a short usually the radio but that is a high in my experience
Posted on Mar 23, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hook your meter back up to battery, remove fuse to dome light and make sure every thing is off, check meter see if draw still there, then start pulling fuse out, mark them so you'll know where they go back to, keep pulling fuse and keep an eye on your meter as you pull one fuse at a time, till draw goes away.Good luck
Posted on Dec 19, 2009
SOURCE: Battery dies while sitting idle
Well it could be possible that you have a cell that is going bad.. This would cause battery to fade with little draw from onboard accessories (ie: clock, etc...) Why not spend a couple dollars and install battery isolation switch you can flip when vehicle is expected to sit for a duration... I know this doesnt solve the drain problem you have but could be a solution for not having to jumpstart it when you need to ude it..Good Luck
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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