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Odyssey 2006 Electrical Problems

KerithKerith VirginiaPosts: 1
edited November 2017 in Honda
I have a 2006 Odyssey with electrical problems that the Honda Dealer has not been able to fix in over a month.

Despite 2 new batteries, 1 new alternator, 2 new CPU units and 2 fusebox units (and several other things) here's what happens. The car will be fine for days (3-6 days), but then - within hours - the Odyssey battery goes from fully charged to completely dead. Totally drained. Not even a clicking sound when turning the key. The dealer has a meter on it to check the elec draw, but has not been able to catch it draining. It usually takes less than 90 minutes from full charge, to complete drain. The Honda dealer confirms that this happens when the car is at the dealer, but cannot catch it when it's draining. Nobody can figure out what's causing such a massive drain so quickly.

Ideas?

Answers

  • 0patience0patience Oregon CoastPosts: 1,712
    Does your vehicle have the 110V outlets? If they do, it is possible that the inverter for it is failing and they can draw down battery voltage pretty good if shorting.
    It would be the only thing out of the normal things I can think of, if everything else has been properly checked.
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