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You just aren't having any luck at all are you. I would check the glow plug system first thing after load testing the batteries, and checking the alternator output. Make sure the batteries are disconnected before you test them, otherwise they will give a false reading. It is possible the CPS is defective, but I don't personally think so. What you are describing sounds more like the batteries to me. Have you been doing any jump starting of other cars at all recently? Because that can blow the diodes in the alternator and cause it to short out internally, and it seems everything is fine, but it will discharge the batteries overnight.
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