Question about 2002 Chevrolet Malibu
Battery drain overnigh, connected a dmm between the ground cable and the battery found a 1100 milliamp drain one the battery. removed all the fuses one at a time on each one it still showed a drain, i could not find which circuit is causing the drain. I checked and rechecked all the lights at night to see if any lights were on could not find any. Please advise
Can be a relay stuck. Make sure all the P/W will go up and down as they should. A relay can be stuck in the up position. The window switch can also be stuck. Check the Power Seat to see if a relay is stuck or the switch is defective. Move the seat back and forth, up and down, and recline. If a relay is stuck it will move on it's own. Are you sure the radio is not on all the time? Have you checked all the lights? Under hood, trunk, glove box, courtesy, etc?
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
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