Simple way to maybe figure out what is going on is this. In a shady place or close to dusk pull one of the battery cables off and watch for a spark when doing so. If you get a spark then you have a short some place which will drain the battery over night.. If you see a spark then leave the cable off over night then try to start it the next day by hooking it back up. If it starts then you know you have a wiring problem for sure. I almost bet you have a problem with the charging system and if still a generator your V.R. points are sticking
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