Have you ever said, “my battery keeps dying but I know the battery and the alternator are good”? Well perhaps you have a parasitic draw. A parasitic draw is a short in the system which can drain your battery over time without you knowing why. In this video I’ll show you how to find the problem and then we’ll talk about how to fix it.
If you don’t have one you will need a multimeter:
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