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Old 09-06-2009, 04:45 AM   #1
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I am having a reoccuring problem with my 01 SE. I went out to start my car early monday morning and my battery was dead. I jumped my car and it ran fine and started fine for about 4 days later, I went to start my car and it was sluggish but it did crank. I am beginning to wonder if I have a parasitc draw that is killing my battery slowly over night. I know how to check for it but was wondering if there was anything that was a common cause for it in our cars. Any and all info that will save my lazy *** some time would be very much appreciated.
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