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Q: Car won't run due to electrical problem.

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I had an electrical problem that is draining the battery. I got a new battery and alternator installed. It drove fine and then went out the next morning and would not do anything.

A: A load that stays on after the key is turne...

A load that stays on after the key is turned off is called a parasitic load, it must be tested for while the key is off and with an ahmmeter. Have a certified mechanic, like one from YourMechanic, test for and find the cause of your drained battery.

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