Question about 2006 Dodge Viper
You have a current draw, so you need to isolate the problem. It could be bad diode(s) in the Alternator, but it could also be something else.
If you don't already have one, I would get a DC AMP Clamp Meter (around $50 from Sears) connect it and take note of the current draw reading. Then start pulling fuses one at a time until the current draw goes away. Once you have isolated the fuse that made the draw go away, find a wiring diagram (there might be one here http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html
Then reinstall the fuse and start unplugging items on that circuit until you find the culprit.
hope this helps!
Posted on Nov 14, 2014
You need to have that issue diagnosed
You were told a bunch of bull
May have a relay or module that doesn't time out
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