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I have a 1995 Toyota Corolla SE where the battery drains out unless I remove the fuse labeled: domelight. The domelight and fixture are in good condition. How can I get a wiring schematic so that I can isolate the component that is draining the battery. Thanks for any help you can give. Arnold.

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Please chek this link to see how you can trace the drain of the dome light

http://www.fixya.com/cars/r5824824-draining_car_battery_charge

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