Battery Draining

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Asked by GuruCMKDM Mar 10, 2019 at 12:52 PM about the 2006 Honda Odyssey EX-L FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have Honda Odyssey 2006 and  It is draining 0.2 amp and if I keep the car standing for 2-4 days  - It dies. I took out fuses one by one and check if current dropped. I didn't find any fuse that significantly reduces the drain current.  I need help which components/subsystems don't go through  fuse system.

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We have 2006 Ody. I pulled #7 Backup fuse under left side drivers panel. This fuse controls the rear sliding doors mechanism. I’m in the process troubleshooting this system. Also pull the relays in the engine compartment. Pull the magnetic clutch relay and see if your Miliamp reading drops to a normal level .01-.02 ma.

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