Re: Help Please Electrical Gremlins
I think we're missing some basic Ohm's Law here. Voltage isn't what you test when removing fuses for a current drain, which doesn't at all answer this man's question. Having a dead battery in the morning is when you start checking for current drain. You disconnect the negative side of your battery, connect your probes in series and remove fuses until CURRENT falls to 50 ma (milliamps), or less. 50ma is acceptable. But this is not what he's asking, he's measuring voltage, and 12.5v is not unusual, since you're charging at +/- 13-14 volts, the battery can be charged and 0.5v more isn't alarming, it's normal, each cell produces 2.1 volts. Have a nice day.