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Have a 150ma draw on 2007 Sport Trac. Pulling 10amp fuse to OBDII drops it to near zero. I have remote start, brake control, passive alarm etc. Should I give up the search and bring to a dealer?

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Are you having a battery drain (parasitic draw ) problem ? Battery drains over night ? Is your door open when doing this ? Are you allowing time for the modules on the vehicle to go into sleep mode ? How are you testing this ? Meter hooked up in series ? Are there any DTC'S diagnostic trouble codes . Explain OBD 2 fuse ? Fuse for ECM/PCM number fuse , which fuse box ? under hood ,inside the vehicle ? You would need to look at a wiring diagram to see what all get's power from that fuse .F24 10amp - PCM / EVAP canister vent valve . Will a scan tool communicate with the PCM - powertrain control module ?

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