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How can i determine the problem of getting my battery drined even though i replaced it already with a new one?and the other thing is that im hearing a very loud squeking sounds whenevr i reached the 6

Loud squeeking sound and battery gets drained

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So your alternater belt is loose and you need to tighten it

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i had the same problem on a golf. the coil spring moved in the shock housing. shrink the coil spring and turn it into possision. hope this will help.

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have you checked your cv joints for torn or riped boots. if it is a clicking noise. its your cv joint.

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yes , most modern vehicles are full of electronics .
you can buy a test light at the dollar store , remove the negative ,
and place the light between the battery and connector .
normally it should glow brightly then dim out.
If you have a draw , it will stay bright , pull your fuses one at a
time until the light dims , thats the circiut thats killing your

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