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99 Honda CRV Battery Drain Issue

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Old 07-29-2011, 08:28 PM   #1
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Default 99 Honda CRV Battery Drain Issue

Bought a used honda crv, everything is savvy, but there seems to be a draw on the battery while the car is off. Upon using the multimeter to bridge the ground and pulling fuses, the only one i can find that's drawing is labeled "backup (radio)". What now? I will check radio harness for visual short but after that i'm at a loss. It seems the backup fuse is used as a memory in case of battery loss, maintain cpus and internal clock. any help?
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