Question about 1991 Jeep Cherokee Limited
Yes, and no... at this point you haven't done any testing so anything electrical is suspect. First, you need to check obvious items such as glovebox light etc to make sure they aren't staying on...Then you need to remove one battery terminal and put an ammeter between the terminal and wire. Start pulling fuses one by one till draw shown on ammeter drops. Check to see what system that fuse serves and you can begin narrowing down the problem. If after removing all fuses the draw remains it's likely that there is an internal bleed off in the alternator. sometimes a bad diode or regulator can do that. I would first have the charging system and the new battery checked ...there are defective batteries, not often as there once were, but it can happen.
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