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Suzuki boulevard electrical problem

My battery is going dead over night, the charging system was checked and is good.

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  • mark_E739 May 11, 2010

    Who checked your charging system? Seems ridiculous they couldn't spend an extra 5 minutes tracking down what was causing ur problem.

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Make sure your parking light isnt still on. dont turn the key all the way back... did it myself first night i had it.

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  • cncsxn Sep 06, 2009

    make sure the parking light isnt left on...

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Sounds like a short? prove its not the battery by disconnecting both terminals overnite. Reconnect in the morning and see what happens.

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