12 volt battery dead

Asked by Feb 22, 2017 at 06:51 PM about the 2014 Ford Fusion Energi

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

There is no light lit up on dash board,  car has been
sitting for 3 months with only 27,000 miles. Maybe
driving for a while will charge battery, this is a
Fusion Energi........ Just waiting to return to dealer
in July.

3 Answers

73,765

Charge the battery up with a battery charger. A low battery is hard on the charging system. New cars don't come with very good batteries. Driving it may keep it up as long as the battery is good.

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18,615

Sounds like a lease car. Letting it run for a half hour or so everyday may help bring voltage back up.

775

After the battery goes dead it will need to be replaced, it will not hold the same charge as it did before and may leave you stranded. This vehicle does not have an altanator. To charge the 12v battery. It uses the high voltage system to charge it using a voltage reducer.

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