Having problems with your 1999 Plymouth Voyager ?

My van battery is good what could cause it to drain the alternator is good

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 19-03-2018

Answers :

If you installed an after-market audio system or other after market electrical device it may be draining the battery if it was not wired correctly. Also you could have an interior light staying on like a glove box light or an interior light.
Something that is always on such as alarm systems, remotes, clocks, computer, is now drawing too much current which kills the battery. brother in law installed aftermarket items loom large on the list,\015\012\015\012the way this is determined the **** way is to pull one fuse at a time and let it sit over night. when the fuse is finally pulled which, when left out, allows the car to start the next morning you have begun to isolate the bad doodad as it is on the circuit of that fuse.\015\012\015\012another faster way to do this is put an ammeter in line with your battery and begin pulling fuses until you pull the fuse which cause the amperage to drop down to almost nothing. you have then isolated the circuit on which the bad doodad resides. you can live without that doodad or replace it.
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