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Nissan Frontier 2000 Crew Cab Battery Drain

JtfsrJtfsr Belle Chasse, La.Posts: 1
edited December 2018 in Nissan
Something is draining my battery when not in use. Took it to Advanced auto and they checked the alternator and its not the problem. Took it to a local Auto Repair, he couldn't find anything either. BTW, it's a new battery.
Installed a cut-off switch on battery so when not in use I cut the battery off. It works as nothing is connected and it starts everytime. But it's a pain to have to do that if I go somewhere.
Also, When in traffic, engine overheats. I have plenty of fluid and there are no leaks. When driving on the open road, there is no overheating.
HELP!
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