Battery drained

Asked by Nov 23, 2015 at 05:10 PM about the 1990 Ford Probe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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You'll have to start probing your electrical system to find out why. Get a decent multimeter and go on youtube and look up "parasitic drain". Of course your mechanic can do it for you if your not mechanically inclined.

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Bring the car into a local auto parts store such as Advanced Auto parts or Auto zone and have them do a load test on the battery, it will free, that will give you a starting point..

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