Q: Battery problems, dies all the time

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The battery in my 2011 Ford Fusion has been randomly dying. I recently replaced it, but the problem didn’t go away. It takes a long time for the battery to completely die, so I'm not sure what is causing the problem. The car has less than 50,000 miles on it, so it’s not like everything is falling apart. What could be causing my battery to die?

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