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I have a draw on my battery that goes away when fuse #4 is pulled. Any suggestions would be appreciated. I'm pretty good with electrical systems and think it could be relate to a bad ign. switch. I planned on replacing the ign. key this weekend but for other reasons.

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The diagrams for the 82 & 83 US version cars list fuse #4 as powering the;
turn signals
interior lights
stop lights
radio fuse
clock
door buzzer
mirrors

In 84, the fusebox light was added to the same fuse.
Sorry, no 85 or 86 diagrams. :(

None of these devices are powered through the ignition switch (fuse #4 is unswitched hot) so I'd rule out the ignition switch.
 

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Fuse #4??

The diagrams for the 82 & 83 US version cars list fuse #4 as powering the;
turn signals
interior lights
stop lights
radio fuse
clock
door buzzer
mirrors

In 84, the fusebox light was added to the same fuse.
Sorry, no 85 or 86 diagrams. :(

None of these devices are powered through the ignition switch (fuse #4 is unswitched hot) so I'd rule out the ignition switch.
Hi Papajam, That was exactly what I was looking for. Thanks for the info, and will report back tomorrow. I figured after the first post, fuse 4 is 12v constant, and had nothing to do ith the ign. switch.
 
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