Question about 2003 Chevrolet Suburban
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Short running battery down
Do an ohm check to ground at the fuse with the positive cable disconnected. If you read close to 0 then yes you have a short. If it's above ~10 ohms (it actually may be quite a bit higher) it's going through a load. See if you can follow the wiring and shake it if you have a short to see if you get a jump in resistance. If you know where it goes, find the other end before it goes through the load and shake it on that end. Looks like other people have been having this issue if you are referring to a battery drain issue:
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