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Old 06-12-2013, 05:13 PM
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Default Something is draining the battery

I have 97 Montero Sport. I was told by auto zone and advance auto that my battery is going bad so I replaced it. If I drive the vehicle everyday it will start, if I don't drive the vehicle for more than 3 days, the battery is dead. Alternator output around 14vdc. I disconnected the negative wire from battery. I checked with fluke multi meter on F2 fuse (engine compartment fuse box) to ground, I'll read .4 ohm with column switch in OFF position. Fuses F1,3,4 and 5 are ok. No blown fuse. All lights work. Even check lights at night to make sure nothing is ON. I installed battery quick disconnect just in case I don't drive it for 3 days or more. It's hard to continue troubleshoot without any electrical wiring diagram. Any suggestion? Where can I find wiring diagram?
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