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That means you are drawing to much juice out of the battery you are going to fry your altinator if you keep doing that get a bigger battery or compassitor you can do seriouse damage to you car and system as well could blow trust me i have done it.

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Where would I put the light bulb or fuse for the speedometer and the radio they are both dim

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What would cause instrument and radio light to dim

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Charging system problems

no year stated, nor miles, nor if in the Salt belt (winter salted roads)
the dim dont lie. that is the mark of excessive of resistance.
the Head lights, dim , key off. turning them on>? when key on
heater fan , now dim,,,(got resistance)
the starter uses 100 amp, so is 10times more (at least)
if you'd had a cheap voltmeter (even 5 decades old) it had found this.

working DMM free, (dig, multi meter) makes this hard.
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if the HL fail , ALWAYs trouble shoot that failure first.
walfart has a 10buck meter or DMM.

ill shows you the HL fix.
I turn on HL (head lights) and they are dim or dim with heater fan on.
i check battery voltage (across terms)
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with all loads off the battery reads 12.6v, in a warm area.
since i dont know you location or ambient temperature i can give
exact readings (and can !)
this test passes. so i connect my 2 meter leads
one to battery lug plus and other black lead to car body metal
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DMM black lead to body ground. all below checks.
(1990-1997) real Geo's dates. i only have corolla drawings,
if gm /geo didnt butcher the harness...then.....
there an engine bay fuse box. see it?
I then move my test leads as follows. (all with HL on)
the HL is on , to put a load on the system this technique, finds
weak resistive connections.

all comments for a 1996 (my wild guess) (black on body , HL on)
1: red lead to main fuse box. (this car really is a Corolla)
probe all lugs on the main fuse box, 12v it must be or you
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when we find a low reading we trace backwards to the battery
to find it. (using the meter)

between the battery plus and eng.bay box, is a FL main fuse.
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some cars have DRL (daylight running lights do you?)
by now the node (lug, terminal or pin) tha t reads low has been found
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Radio lights are out

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What could be dragging my battery down after 2 days of not starting it?

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