first off you need to find out where the draw is, a easy way is to take your negative battery cable off (works on eather side) get test light and hook one end to the end of the battery cable and the other end to the battery terminal, now unplug your hoolight, take your key out of the ignotion, turn all power off in vehicle and shut all doors, if the test lite is lit up any there is a draw that is draining you batter, now get to your fuse panel and pull fuses one by one till the light shuts off, whatever fuse you pulled to shut off the light is your problem area, now make sure after you pull the fuse that you close the door, if you have the door open it will light up the test light. One reason could be that your Alternator needs to be replaced. Some simple checks can be performed to see if the source of the battery draining is the alternator or some device that is remaining on after the ignition switch is turned off. First, have the battery recharged. Jump starting a completely dead battery may damage a good alternator by causing unusually high voltage output. Start the vehicle with the recharged battery and place a voltmeter across the battery terminals. When the car is started, the voltmeter will drop momentarily and then should read about 13.5-14.0 volts indicating the alternator is working.
Sounds like your battery has a weak cell and needs to be replaced.
dead & needs replaced.....
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Any battery can die at any time. The cold cranking amps of the battery is not a factor. I have even seen brand-new batteries die within 30 days of their purchase so it is possible. Return the battery under the factory warranty.
more than likely your alternator is bad. Most auto parts stores will test them for no charge.
It's probably a stuck relay.
The battery is worn out and needs ot be replaced depending on the mth warratny it has or the alternator is going out and is draining the battery . A simple check may be the battery cable . take the positive battery cable off while running as well if it dies it's the alternator .
if you charge your psp until the orange charging light goes off it should last longer but if you are using the internet on your psp your battery life will die even faster than normal.
bad alternatornot always.if its a bad battery and can't hold a charge the same thing will happen.I had a 99 s-10 that would occasionally die at the pump or even while driving, I had a new defective battery, replaced under warranty, no more problem.I would have the alternator checked out before replacing it if that is the problem. I had my replaced and it wasn't cheap...$630 to be exact. The new alternators run around $200 and most mechanics will change the serpentine belt when they replace the alternator so this MAY be an added expense.If the alt is working properly, you can remove one of the battery cables while the engine is running and it will continue to idle. If it dies then the alt needs to be replaced.
When my battery kept dying on mines I have the same make and model. First I kept getting it recharged it still kept dying then I got someone to look at it and it was my alternator when I replaced that it did just fine.
Batteries usually live for 2 years guaranteed, after it can die any moment. Your battery does hold charge, it might have to be replaced. Stop by Autozone or AdvanceAutoParts, they can check your battery for free.
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If the battery is running down overnight then 2 things are happening. Either the battery has what is know as a dead cell and must be replaced, or something is on drawing power from the battery. Dome light, under hood light, trunk light, under hood light, glove box light, or a relay may be stuck.
No, you will not die.
they wouldn't be replaced with anything,
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