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Old 08-01-2019, 11:40 AM #16
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I just measured my parasitic current draw: 130 mA.
I went on a long vacation last year and didnít drive the truck for 32 days. The battery was fine when I got back. The OP has a lot higher current draw from something, and/or a really old weak battery.

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Battery current when rear hatch is open and light switches set to ďDoorĒ = 730 mA. (I have LEDs in my two hatch light locations plus another LED in the headliner, so YMMV).
Battery current after the light Off timeout, approx 10 minutes = 213 mA.
Battery current after closing the hatch door = 130 mA.
So, leaving the hatch door open results in an additional 83 mA.
thanks electro,,,,, to answer an earlier question, nothing aftermarket that i know about,,, (i bought vehicle used) and also

the battery is a brand new one from toyota, couple months old.
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This is generally very helpful for this type of problem. See what your draw is, then the process of elimination.




The charger you use depends on the battery. It is not wise to make a blanket statement on a charger.

True you don't have to spend a ton of money but you do need to choose a charger that is designed for your specific battery type, be it AGM, Flooded, lithium whatever.
youre right.. i just assumed they were all charged in the same manner since youre simply using the vehicles OEM charging system on the drive anyway..

do different battery types require retrofit to the OEM charging system?
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yes, different battery types require different charging
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FWIW, I've gone out of town and left mine sit for nearly a month before and it started just fine. Granted, I didn't leave any doors or the tailgate open. Mine is coming up on two years old. It was built in September of 2017.
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is this battery the original one for new 2023 4runner?

I'm suspecting dealer replace battery before sell the car to me
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