Battery draining

Asked by Jul 06, 2018 at 12:04 AM about the 2006 Honda Odyssey

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Just bought a new battery 3wks ago, all of a
sudden my van won't turn on, tried turning it on
again n it worked took it to autozone they told me it
was the alternator. On my way home my van
started making a weird noise followed with all the
lights on my dashboard blinking. The vsa turned on
n my van felt like it was tugging/pulling something
heavy next day it won't turn on n no cranki. Noose
at all..
So got the alternator replaced and the AC relay
too..
Turned on great!. But computer still shows my
battery is getting drained,  they werw some fused
that were reading high voltage...
All this when my van was off nothinh on!!!..
N battery  was still getting drained!..
Please any ideas of what else it can be?

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