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What does the ecub fuse control

Drawdown on battery. pulling ecub fuse stops. doesnt that help narrow sown what could be wrong?

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My battery goes dead when parked overnight


You have something draining the battery. You will need to try to isolate what is drawing the electric while it is parked. Try pulling out a few fuses every night until it stops going dead. Then you can narrow it down which circuit has the fault. Try the radio, alarm system or interior light fuses first. Write down which fuses you pull out so they can go back where they belong. Good luck!

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Where was the clicking noise coming from ? Could be a relay the PCM controls . It's possible it will do it again but you never know . If the battery dies again do a parasitic draw test . Improved Methods to Find Parasitic Draw Battery Drains Overnight

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A 50 AMP fuse is a main power fuse. This is not "isolated" that thing probably feeds 5 or more other circuits. You need to get the power distribution diagrams and narrow it down further by pulling the fuses (NOT RELAYS) that are fed by that fuse. Once you have it narrowed down to a single (small) fuse, then you narrow it further by checking the circuits that are fed by that fuse. You must check everything that is fed by the small fuse. The easiest way is using the power distribution diagrams to unplug all of the components (one at a time) that are powered by that fuse. Sometimes you can eliminate two or three components at a time by disconnecting a single, common connector.

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So with the key, lights, and everything else off, there should be no drain on the battery.
Take off one terminal and put a 12 volt test light between cable and battery post.
It is lights up, you have something on all the time.
Most common are interior, trunk, and engine compartment lights.
Cigarette lighters can short.
Alternators can blow a diode and drain.
Fuse block can even short internally.

Trick is to narrow it down.
Pull fuses one at a time, to see if any help.
Then start disconnecting branches.
Alternator for example.
Alarm systems of custom stereo stuff is often wired wrong or a drain.
Anything with a remote, such as an iPod or keyless entry can even do it.

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