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Q: Battery drained in jeep

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Something is draining the battery in my jeep.

There are several things that could be doing this. Look for the obvious things first, like a dome light, glove box light, vanity light, window motor, seat motor, radio, etc. The problem could even be a battery that is worn and no longer holds a charge. You may need to have a trained technician, such as one from YourMechanic, perform a battery test to diagnose what is draining the battery.

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