i own a 2012 nissan altima with approx 65000 miles on it It came with an undercarriage led light system that seems to be wired to the cars battery. i think that it is putting a strain on the battery. Headlights dim, seatbelt doesnt ding wen im not buckled in, and wen i accelerate car stalls a little it doesnt have the get up and go that it should have ive already replaced the battery once and am afraid ill have to do it again. can a simple LED light system put that much of a strain on the battery or could this posssibly be used as a GPS tracking device as well
My car has 65000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.
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Hi there. LED lights do not put much strain on the battery unless your leaving them on without the engine running for extended periods of time. Also, I have not know LED lights to be used as a GPS tracking device. Before replacing the battery again, have the alternator output tested. Make sure the test performed is loaded and unloaded to determine the current output of the alternator. A weak and undercharging alternator will cause the battery to be drained by the system. I suggest having a qualified technician perform an inspection to avoid replacing unnecessary parts. Your Mechanic has several available technicians that an assist you with a battery will not hold a charge inspection.
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