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Old 04-19-2018, 08:09 PM
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Default Battery Drainage Problem

I need advice on a battery drainage problem that I canít get fixed with a 1995 GMC Sierra 3500 Dually 2 wheel drive 350 engine truck that I own. If I donít crank this truck at least once a week the battery is dead. Iím on my 3rd new battery (under warranty) thatís only 2 weeks old & itís dead already! Took the truck with the new battery to a body shop for work & when ready to be picked up, the battery is dead. Itís been in & out of shops & no one can fix it. They tell me itís nothing wrong with the truck, it just needs to be cranked once a week! Thereís got to be a problem! Please help!
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