It could be a short.............a short means a circuit that should be dead, or off, is receiving current and is considered OPEN or ON. When you turn off your ignition, this SHOULD kill all your electrical systems meaning all the circuits are dead. If you have a wire that has rubbed off the insulation and is now contacting metal, this circuit is now drawing electric from your battery even though the ignition is off. Shorts are very hard to track down becasue you have to test all the cicuits until you find a reading on a circuit that should be dead. One way to stop the drain is to buy a battery disconnect and install it on your vehicle. When you turn it off it totally disconnects the battery from your system........no current can possibly get drained from your battery. BUT...you have to flip the battery disconnect when you want to start you rcar and then when you stop, you will once again have to disconnect. So it is a fix, but until you get the short tracked down, it might buy you some time.
get a bucket
yes there is
The 2001 Dodge Dakota air conditioning drain hose is located on the bottom of the air conditioning compressor. The drain hose leads from the compressor to the bottom of the engine compartment.
Buy a new one!
Yes possible. If switch does not open on engine shut down battery will drain If switch does not close on start up battery will not charge
The automatic transmission does not have a drain plug. You remove the pan to drain the fluid.
Dead cell in the battery which will require it to be replaced. Or, you may have a light on somewhere pulling power from the battery. Can also be a relay that is stuck.
Theres a drain plug at the bottom of the radiator.. or you can undo the bottom hose..
Unscrew the drain plug, or pull the bottom radiator hose off
The condensation drain is on the lower, passenger side of the firewall.
Drain the radiator
Lower passenger side of firewall.
Its located on the passengers side on the firewall.................
On the bottom of the oil pan.
You have to remove the pan to drain the fluid.
Lower, passenger side of the firewall/bulkhead.
A raidator in need of a flush will not cause a battery drain.
bottom left or bottom right of radiator
Bottom of the engine on the oil pan.
Turn counter clockwise to remove.
The oil drain plug is located on the oil pan underneath the block.
The automatic does not have a drain plug. You have to remove the pan to drain. The manual has a drain plug on the bottom of the case.
The wrench size is 14mm.
on the bottom of the resivoir tank that is attached to the radiator