Battery drain 2007 PT Cruiser

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Asked by Guru9Z2V6Q Dec 16, 2020 at 05:18 PM about the 2007 Chrysler PT Cruiser

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Parasitic drain on battery, alternator checks out fine, new battery, pulled all the
fuses, still shows 2.55mA drain. Two positive connections to batter. One to
master control center (fuse box) other to starter. Unhook 10GA green wire at
starter drain stops, unhook other connection going to fuse box, drain stops. Any
suggestions?  

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Update. Took another run at it this morning. Physically disconnected alternator & starter from the wiring harness. Pulled every single fuse from the master control center (fuse box). Disconnected auto car starter. Pulled plugs off ignition switch to eliminate from circuit. And wala still a 02.44 mA current draw showing up. Something in the computer??

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