Question about 1989 Chevrolet Silverado 2500
Remove the neg. battery cable and jump the neg. cable to the neg. terminal with a test light. If you have a battery draw, the test light will illuminate. Start pulling fuses one at a time and until the test light turns off. At this point, the fuse that turned the light off is the circuit that is giving you problems.
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