2003 Range Rover HSE

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  1. JSIL

    JSIL New Member

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    I love my 2003 Range Rover (mint condition) but for the last six months the battery gets drained if I let the car sit for more than 10 days. I have tried fixing everything I can think of and test all the fuses/wiring, my mechanic doesn't know what the problem is? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!!!

    John (Brooklyn)
     
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    Yes, you need to connect an ammeter (inline) to the battery. It will show you drawing something with the vehicle off. Maybe 2 or 3 amps. Then start pulling fuses until that changes. When that happens, the fuse you pulled is in the circuit that has the problem. I used to do this with just connecting a test light, inline with the battery but it sounds like your current draw is subtle.
     

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