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    We had an 08 Civic that would drain, I could not find the source after many hours of trying. Took it to 2 Honda dealers, they couldn't find it either. I think it was some sensors staying "on" so the can bus would stay on. Ended up trading it in. It gets so much more complicated on the new cars.

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    Burglar alarms are another great way to drain your battery. When I worked at the Chevy dealership it was standard practice to remove the alarms from any trade ins we put on the used car lot.
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