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theres a draw on batt. start pulling fuses one by one for a few days over nite and the circit will reveal its self. if you have a volt meter you can do same thing faster by conectin it between batt cable and batt (power must pass though meter)
Remove serpatin belt which is accessable from under the wheel side.(passager side). You will need to take the plastic covers off...I use a screw driver and a pair of wire cutters, but don't cut the plastic studs, just use the wire cutters to pry with. Discharge the system. Disconnect both lines (10mm bolts). Unplug wiring connector, remove compressor from bracket and just replace it like you took it out, but you will need to vacuum it down...it needs to hold vacuum for at least 25 minutes. If it holds, then you can charge it...I like to use manifold gages while vacuumed down then apply the R-134 to the line, bleed it a little to keep as much air out of the system as possible, then open the manifold gages while the engine is running about 2000rpms and the A/C is on max. I use a themometer in the vent outlet inside vehicle, and charge it until the temp is around 37 degrees, you might not need to add oil since there should be enough in the condensor and evaporator already.
Sounds like the starter. You can try several things but the main idea is to start it to be able to bring it to a mechanic. Disconnect the battery and push on the brake pedal. This will drain the power from the vehicle. Reconnect the battery and try to start the car. The theory behind this is the starter solenoid could be stuck energized. You can also locate the starter slightly tap on the starter and then try to start the vehicle. Also if the vehicle has sacked for some time before you purchased it the battery may not have the cranking amps necessary to start the vehicle. The electrical gizmos will work but it will not be enough to crank the engine. Check the battery is fully charged and possibly try to hook up jumper cables to another vehicle or a jump start Appliance.
If you have an actual draw, you will need to get it to a shop to have them test for this. A draw test will quickly tell whether or not you have this problem. As far the battery going dead, always make sure you slow charge the battery and get it up before starting the vehicle and taking off with it. This will take a load off the alternator in that it will be working hard to try and recover the battery. Also, never jump start your LR from another running vehicle. The voltage regulators are very sensitive in these and are often blown out by this method. Make sure that the vehicle you are jumping from is off. Also, never charge the battery on engine start mod or it can do the same thing. Slow charge it or remove the terminals to do the quick charge.
After you adjust the tire presuure you must drive the vehicle for a few miles then look at the gage again/ you can also disconnect battery for 15-20 minutes. Please rate my response Thank you very much