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Battery being drained.

(1999 Ford Taurus)
in Fort Lauderdale, FL on December 06, 2010
I have replaced fuel pump, alternator and battery. The battery is still being drained but at a slow rate and eventually will die as last one did. Could this be the wiring that is giving this problem or could there be something else i am overlooking?
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on December 06, 2010
Check for a possible relay sticking on - like a PCM or fuel pump relay. Other than that, check for any other parasitic draw.
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