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The battery on my 95 toyota corolla keeps dying. I replaced the battery but it still keeps happening. My buddy and I tested the battery and the alternator with a voltmeter, and found the readings to be normal. With the engine off, we checked all of the fuses and found that the EFI fuse was drawing a current of 12.48 volts. I asked on this forum whether or not this is the cause of the drain. I received a solution saying that is the case. I took it to the mechanic, and he told me there was no draw. He told me I was activating the fuse when I took a reading. Is this mechanic lying to me? Could I be activating this fuse when I take a reading with the voltmeter?

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