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  1. Not sure what, but something is draining my battery. Background- Battery died. Very low voltage. No Charging. Decided to get new alt. Swapped in a 90amp maxima alt with this style (no connector plug.) Photo from this thead. http://www.ultimatesubaru.org/forum/topic/97208-bolt-in-ea-series-alternator-upgrade-nissan-maxima-alt-installation-guide/page-6?hl=%20conditioning%20%20ea82 During connection of two plug wires. I touched them, with battery connected.. Followed with a puff of smoke from the fusible link box. Went in, replaced with inline fuses. Battery tested bad. Got a new battery. Battery is still dropping voltage. Believe I have traced Parasitic draw to hazard, clock, fuze, as a current is present across that fuse. Pulled out clock found burned out connection. Clipped out clock entirely. They never keep time anyway. Still, theres a draw on battery. With hazards on only rear blinkers come on. Is that normal? Could there be a short somewhere causing drain? Could use some ideas. Im stumped. Thanks