When you pull the audio fuse out it pulls 12 volts from the battery, why? We have a new battery,starter,alternator done by professionals and they don't know the problem and can't do anything else to help us.
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2002 Nissan Quest Question: problems with battery draining overnight
Answer #1patrick mannion from Greg Solow's Engine Room, February 09, 2010, 14:40Master
The radio, clock and PCM require constant memory and need power all the time to retain there memory, correct time display, radio presets ect.....
An amp meter has to be put in series with the battery ground cable with the doors closed keys out of the ignition, remove the fuses one at a time and see which circuit is causing excess parasitic draw on the battery. About .025 Amp draw is normal for a modern car. You need a good wiring and fuse box schematic and a good DC amp meter.
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