Need help on drain of battery on 2001 Ford Mustang
Have been a faithful Mustang owner since 2004 and have a 2001 Ford Mustang GT (50,000 miles) with a drain on battery after car is shut off.
I have replaced the following now with no good results.
All new parts including labor:
Complete Wiring Harness $420 (positive and negative cables, and all wires leading to starter, battery, alternator, fuse box etc.)
Starter Motor $540
Fuse box has been checked out, and any possible shorts with no results.
Any ideas? After all that work listed above, the only way to start the car is to jump start it after sitting only 1 1/2 days went from a fully charged battery to a dead battery.
I am at my wits end on this one.
Some people have suggested a kill switch for the battery. The problem with that is I was told by more than one mechanic that will mess up the computer component inside the car which will be expensive to fix. This being if I keep switching the switch on and off cancelling out the drain of the battery but resetting the computer each time I do this.
Is there any thing I am missing?