Question about 1996 Buick Century
Hi Jake, 1st off, take off the negative battery cable. get a 12V test light, hook one side to the battery, and the other end to the cable. If it lights up, you have a draw on the battery.(short). The interior lights will have to be off, and even take the fuse out for the radio(clock) because it will make it light up, too. Then just start pulling one fuse at a time to see if the light goes out. When ya find the right fuse, see what circuit its on, and start looking for a hot bare wire touching metal
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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