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The battery runs down at the end of the day when i dont even use it

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Sounds like the battery to me.

Have they done a heavy discharge test on your battery at the garage, and can assure you it is 1OO% ?

The alternator is supposed to keep the battery topped up on charge nicely, even if it is only a few mile run every day, with your head lamps and heater going full blast, and then your fan runs on after switch off.
By the way it should only run for short time, how long have you heard yours run ?
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Did they test your charging rate on your alternator too, at your garage ?

How old is the battery ?

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Hope I have been of some help.

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