Question about 1992 Volkswagen Jetta
the most common cause for discharging like that, is a faulty switch on either the glovebox light, or the boot light. interior lights are easy to spot if they remain on, but boot and glovebox lights can stay on without being seen. try taking the bulbs out of the bootlight and the glovebox for a few days and see if it helps. if it does, replace one bulb to find out which is the problem.
other possible power drains include alarm systems, radios, and various alternator faults.
check the lights first, and if you need more help to find the problem, feel free to ask
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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