The battery in my 95 blazer keeps dying and I can't figure out why. I had the alternator and battery tested and both are good. I did put a new starter on that is for a 2001 blazer. Could it be the pro

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Asked by Dec 13, 2015 at 08:46 PM about the 1995 Chevrolet Blazer 4 Door LT

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Possible, you can check for a draw on the battery by taking off the neg, cable, and take a reading with a volt meter set on DC volts between the cable and post of the battery. You should read no more than .07 of a volt. If so disconnect the small wires on the starter and see if that is were the draw is. Otherwise you start pulling fuses to narrow down the circuit with the draw.

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No take your battery out 1st. Under your battery carriage is a black box with wires going to it. Remove your battery carriage get to the black box. Unscrew box and clean the connections. re- connect and see the difference. Half hr job at most..

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The Body Control Module, good thing to check, but a draw is a draw and it may be coming from this...

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