Originally Posted by wayne225
Battery was refurbished less than a year ago.
I took it back to where the guy that I bought the truck off of, got the battery and they gave me another one.
They said it just lost amperage.
Sorry but a battery just doesn’t "lose amperage”, there has to be a reason.
When you got the battery from them, did you have a problem then or is this another battery we are talking about ?
If you are running batteries down you need to address the problem.
Again, wiring, bad connections, low output from the alternator, bad grounds, bad battery… (ies).
There has to be something draining the amperage, maybe a switch is shorted, just enough to drain but not fully kill the battery.
So where do you stand now, you have a new battery or the one that was given to you when you purchased the truck ?
Have you had the electrical system load tested ?
One thing to try, with everything off, lift the positive cable from the battery. If there is a spark, even a slightest of sparks, then you have something draining power. If no spark, you might be good.
Sorry for all of the question but we need info to help at all or as little as I am able to.
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