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Old 09-17-2013, 12:25 PM
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Default belarus tractor t25 Battery Drain

Ok gang new to the forum, I am trying to help my father in law,
My Question i can take my dvom attach one end to ground cable and other end to frame and I am Measuring 12v. I assume this is not normal, i can also remove the ground cable and I get 12v between the removed ground
cable and the battery.
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Hi and welcome to the forum.
Sure does not sound normal to me, but I know nothing about belarus tractors.
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What kind of gauges does the tractor have? If it has a amp or volt meter wired in before the switch they can drain the battery.
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