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Question normal electrical drain

Does any know what the normal electrical drain is for 04 Grand Cherokee? Battery keeps going dead.
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Re: normal electrical drain

Did you check if your alternator is spitting out enough juice?
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Re: normal electrical drain

If your battery drains too quickly, several things can be wrong. Is the battery relatively new? I would start with a test of the battery and the charging system.
Is thats all ok, then some electrical component is draining the battery. Was some modification performed on the car lately?
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