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I chased the same thing on my 6.0 for months. It would be fine for weeks, then overnight dead. One day I only parked it for 6 hours and it was to dead to start. Dealer had no idea because they could never duplicate it, and everything checked out right. I would check it every night for a draw when I shut it off and there never was. I would skip one night and it was dead the next morning. Really pissed me off... Change your alternator... Its the only thing, aside from the starter that can drain the batteries that fast. Unless you have some big amps or other aftermarket parts.
As far as trucks going dead after sitting for a while. My 6.4 will go dead after sitting in the shop for about 2-3 weeks. I leave it on a battery tender if it sits longer than a few days.
2008 F-250 6.4 Auto, CC,SB,FX4, 2" lift, 285/65/20, Spartan tuning, Elite studs, Elite egr delete/wastegate, Elite push rods, Spearco Intercooler, cold side pipe,CFM, 4"down pipe,Custom 5" DP back exhuast 543HP/1231 ft-lbs
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Last edited by Ipkyss; 03-22-2011 at 11:51 AM.