My 2002 Malibu I park it and the next day my battery is drained I can't even get a dim light when I was driving the other day the engine light cam e on but went out fairly quick

Asked by Oct 31, 2017 at 11:37 PM about the 2002 Chevrolet Malibu

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Con Charge the battery fully and have it load tested. it might be bad. if not, jump start the car and test the voltage at the battery with the engine running, should have around 14.5 Volts. if this all checks out, there are good videos on Youtube about how to find a parasitic draw in your car. you will need a multi meter.

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