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Old 08-14-2009, 11:17 PM   #7
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2003 L-Series 3.0L Sedan
Default Re: My battery is dead overnight

Well, if you are so sure then you aren't in need of advice from anyone here since you're not using the easiest suggestions given already. Assuming many things at this point will only frustrate you when there are suggestions to methodically test everything in an orderly manner to find the cause of your issues. You have a choice; do this yourself with suggestions given or pay someone to figure it out for you.

A car needs a battery for any power and if you don't know for sure that the battery is new or old, stop guessing and have the battery tested first before going off in another direction. Everything a car needs starts with a battery before you can even think a short exists. Jumping a battery can be interpreted in two ways; the battery is dead/needs charging or the electrical system isn't allowing the battery to charge during normal driving. Then there's the belt drive system to consider. All in good order if you take one step at a time. Beginning with the battery question.
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