Date registered: Feb 2008
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Just from a general perspective, to guard against the possibility of bad replacement battery, and to confirm that some load is draining your battery over the two days, stick a 10A or higher rated ammeter (or multimeter set to ammeter mode) between the negative battery post and the negative battery cable. With the engine off, disconnect the negative terminal of the battery, and hook up an ammeter. Ensure that the polarity of the hook up is correct. The battery is located under the right rear seat (right side meaning opposite to the side of driver). Prior to taking the current reading, it would also be good to check the battery voltage while cranking and not cranking when the car's battery charge is not depleted.
Just curious, did you replace the battery yourself or did someone else do it for you?
Last edited by techyiam; 01-20-2009 at 10:47 PM.