Question about 1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse
Based on your posting, it would seem that an electrical component of your vehicle is draining the charge of the battery. Perhaps what could be done is to isolate the different components. The easiest would be tow remove all the fuses and install them one by one until one is determined to be causing the drain. Suspects would be the car stereo or its amplifier, clock, cabin/door light, alarm systems, delay off of auxiliary fans.
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