what alarme is it find the wiring digram and remove the fuse
Your alternator is shot.
A short will not drain the battery it will blow a fuse. It may be the battery has a dead cell, or some light is on draining the battery. It can also be a stuck relay.
Either a short to power or a bad fan switch.
When replacing battery, when servicing some part of the engine, or when the vehicle is not going to be started for over one month.(keeps the radio memory from draining battery)
try disconnecting the battery
Then either something is on draining the battery or the battery has a dead cell draining all the rest and must be replaced.
Probably, with that age of car, it's a wrecked battery. The only last 4-5 years, on average.
There is an easy way to find out what is draining the battery on your car. Disconnect the positive or negative battery terminal. Not both. Connect a test light between the post of the battery to the cable end of the battery. If your car is draining the batt ery the light will show it. To find out where the drain is coming from just pull fuses until the light goes out. Then you will know what is draining the battery by the function of the fuse you just pulled. For example, if you pulled the fuse for "radio" and the light went out you would know the radio is drawing the current off your battery.
A PARASITIC LOAD IS A SHORTED POSITIVE WIRE GOUNDING TO THE NUETRAL ON YOUR AUTOMOBILE BATTERY. A RAW WIRE IS DRAINING YOUR BATTERY. GOOD LUCK TRYING TO FIND IT.
my 1992 golf does this... it was due to the new amp and stereo :) fit a spare in the boot solved my problem
Something is on draining your battery overnight. Any light or any relay. It can also be your battery has a dead cell draining it overnight.
Need more info... How old is it? Do you drive short distances? Does it sit around not driven a lot? Check for a short, bad alternator, or fried battery. If you take the car to an alternator shop, they can usually tell you for free if it's the battery or the alternator.
your voltage regulator is stuck ,if it's still factory equip , if not the diode in the alt. is bad.
It may be that the battery has a dead cell, so you should fully charge the battery and have it tested at any auto parts store. If the battery is good then Start by checking all the accessory lights. Trunk, under hood, glove box, curtorsey, dome, all lights. If none of them are on then suspect a stuck relay. Power windows, seat, locks, etc.
The ignition is draining all the power to start the engine. You may have a dead battery.
you possibly have something draining the battery when the car is shut off, with the car shut off pull the positive cable off the battery and then just touch the cable to the positive post of the battery and see if you get a spark, if you get a spark you have something electrical draining the battery.
Are the battery wires corroded? If they are, they may not be getting a good connection.
Had the same problem. Bought a re-conditioned alternator, turned out it was bad. Usually if battery draining, it's alternator or battery or both.
check the coolant
Your left eye is watery and keeps draining because it might be infected with something such as pink eye. It might also be happening due to dry eyes or a clogged tear duct.
A partial earth
many things can do it suck as junk battery, junk alternator , or leaving anything on in the car
Something is on draining the battery or it has a dead cell and needs replacing.
depending on the year I have had issues with a 1990 and a 1992 grand caravan problem was the light in the glove box the contact would turn the light on periodically draining battery