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2011 Yamaha Rhino battery drain and stalling

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Morning, I just purchased a 2011 rhino and I got a massive battery drain coming from the backup fuse. 200Ma!

I have a "juice box" ecu and I tried to find reviews on it as I also have a stalling issue when I get to a sudden stop and other forums seems to say it would be a crappy ECU.

Not sure if I have a bad ecu that does both issues or if they are unrelated problems.

Wondering if anyone here had an idea where I should poke at first. If someone could point me in the right direction, I would really appreciate it


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