Re: car dies
Something is drawing some juice, or the battery is not being charged correctly. Disconnect a battery cable and insert a test light.
In order to eliminate the battery, you've tried the dry-cell battery in another vehicle and the battery functions correctly? Meaning, you're sure the battery is being correctly charged? Alt belt is not slipping?
Depending upon the electrical circuit and the current it is drawing, the light will glow, but not burn out. So, with test light in place and its glowing, remove fuses one by one, then the fusible links at the starter solenoid stud.
The one reducing the glow the most, is the troublesome circuit.
Now, remember, the ECU, radio, and other modern electronics, will draw a miniscule amount to keep its memory alive, ie, radio stations and clock.
By the time you get to these two circuits, the light filament will be dimly lit, as you should view it at dusk to see it glow.
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