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You may have sediments in the bottom of the transmission pan. With long drives, the flowing automatic transmission fluid (ATF) circulates and pushes those sediments into the transmission filter, thus restricting proper fluid/ATF flow. Once the car is shut off, the sediments drop back down into the pan. I've had this problem myself. When was the ...


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The draw may be isolated to one of these individual components. First unplug the rear windshield washer motor and see if draw goes away. If not plug it back in and repeat with the other 2 components. If unplugging one of these components eliminates the excessive draw you have found the faulty component. If not then you may have a short somewhere. But a ...


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If it were a "bad wire", I'd assume you meant a dead short which would be much more likely to blow the fuse than drain the battery. If you still have the dash apart, it wouldn't be hard to disconnect the cluster and lighter to see if the draw still exists, would it? If there's still a draw it must be the rear washer. Else plug in the cluster or ...


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