Why does a new battery keep going dead after sitting for a week or so in 2001 Lincoln Navigator?
Because there is something in the car that keeps using electricity even when the ignition is off. A dash clock, an alarm, maybe a boot/hood/ glove comparment lamp stuck in the on position.
A 2001 Lincoln navigator revs up high to 3500 rpm when going from gear 1 to 2 and then jerks into gear 2 what could be causing this?
Why is your 98 Chrysler Concorde's battery going dead when sitting turned off what could be draining it and how do you find this out?
Vortec 5.7 lifters chatter all of a sudden after you had your vehicle jumped due to battery going dead?
How do you disable your alarm in your 1999 Chevy Blazer - it keeps going into alarm to the point it drains your battery?
I have the same problem with a 1997 Chevy Van. The problem seems to be that GM states that a 50 milliamp draw will kill the battery, and that the alarm system is < 50 milliamp, but I can find out how much less. I have killed several batteries because of this. Now the trick is to put in a new battery. When you connect a new battery, the alarm goes off. To prevent this…
After replacing the main engine ignition fuse how do you start the car No sign of electricity still.?
It actually is based upon temperature-----. Batteries are insulated in a plastic or rubber case, so electricity leaking to the cement is not in the question. Even more so, batteries normally sit in a metal tray in a car. If battery leakage were to occur, it surely would sitting on metal. The actual cause is temperature difference between the top of the battery and the bottom. The specific gravity of the electrolyte changes with temperature…