How to Find a Short in your Car

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Published on 11 May 2013, 22:07
Parasitic Draw Test and how to find a short. Does your car battery die after your car sits for a few hours, a day, or a couple of days? Well there are 3 causes for this: bad/old battery, a bad alternator, and a short (parasitic draw). This video shows you how to see if you have a short and then how to diagnose that short.

Here is a good yet inexpensive multimeter you can use for this test:

The follow-up video with how I fixed the

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