Here’s a great post highlighting the cost of inaccurate or incomplete part data. In this case, it was a parasitic drain, ultimately attributed to a driver’s door module, on a 2007 Jetta. But, finding the cause of the drain was just the beginning, as you will see:

Parasitic-Draw-07-Jetta

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