Car pulling a charge

Car did click click trying to start put new battery the old battery was bolging out on the sides. Car ran fine for a week, then no noise totally dead when trying to start took to Chevy alternator, everything else ok. they think it is from strip lighting installed maybe a short. Then One day I opened the door and the fuse box on passenger side floor was clicking car was not on,,,help please

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phantom electrical power draw NEW
by: Pete

I have a '95 that was going dead for no apparent reason. I decided to go around the problem using a $10 battery disconnect switch.

It takes less than a minute to pop the hood, turn the knob on the switch which is on the negative battery terminal.

There are more elaborate, and more difficult to install disconnect switches that you can mount near the drivers seat, and do it from inside.

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