Re: Does this battery need to be replaced?
Thank you for your response. If I understand you correctly... after I connect the ampmeter between the negative battery cable and the negative batery post, the current should be less than 50mA. What do I do if it is higher?.... Do I then pull fuses or one at a time?... If I find the fuse that is carrying a higher than 50 mA current, then what do I do? How do I fix it. How do I use the ampmeter to diagnose the circuit?
I will appreciate if you could take me through the diagnostic steps. It is the first time I am attempting to do this.