Question about 1989 Ford Bronco
often, these sorts of things are hard to find. It is really common for a bad alternator to cause that sort of thing too.
I don't know what sort of equipment you have available, but a good plan is to get the alternator checked, and most auto parts stores will do that for free.
If it checks ok, then disconnect a battery cable, and put an amp meter in the circuit, and see how much current is being drawn on your car. There should be a small amout, but if it is more than a few milliamps, you can start pulling fuses out of your fuse box, one at a time, till you narrow it down to a certain circuit that is drawing too much.!
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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