Question about 2004 Chevrolet TrailBlazer
04 Tundra V8. Battery is draining overnight, not every night, just sporadically. New battery, new alternator. Multi meter test shows DCC fuse & ECU-B fuses as the only ones pulling current. Any ideas?
Did you let the vehicle sit for 30 min. before testing ? Modules need to time out (go to sleep - power down etc.. How are you testing ? Have a ammeter inline with battery negative cable and negative battery post . Have any doors open ( door switch closed ) Key out of ignition ? How much current ? 50 milliamps max !
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