Question about 2000 Mazda MPV
Posted by Anonymous on
The alternator has a connection directly to the battery and so does the starter.you have to look at the schematic and one circuit at a time remove all the "hot at all times sources to eliminate what is drawing current.my first guess would be a shorted diode inside the the alternator.disconnect the big terminal on the alternator and see if the draw goes away.A bad ignition could be a possibility,as well as a bad brake switch,or a fuel pump that is running continuous.That is a serious amount of current.best of luck with it.
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