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We have a 94 chrysler new yorker. we have changed the battery and the alternator. There was one of the main fuses under neath hood that was blown. Changed that and it holds. For some reason the battery is draining. we took the battery cable loose when running and the car shuts off. What could be causing this?

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Sounds like your alternator. Even tho it's new, that could still be your problem. Check your battery cables and terminals to see if they are tight. And no corrosion is on either one of them as this could be your problem. If this does not help, then check your belt to make sure its nice looking, AND tight. Also, check ALL of your fuses AND relays. Hope this helps, James Booth. Please rate this. :))

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