I have a 1996 Lincoln town car and the battery keeps dying?

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Asked by May 14, 2014 at 11:58 AM about the 1996 Lincoln Town Car

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

A brand new battery after sitting several
months.  So of course we just thought it
was because it sat so long.  The battery
would not take a boost and needed over 48
hours of trickle charger to charge.  Drove it
home had the  battery has replaced and
terminals cleaned and alternator checked.  
Everything was fine.   Brought it home.  
New couple mornings real rough starts.  
Then sitting three days and new  battery is
completely dead again.  What could this
be?  And one else experiencing this in a
1996 Lincoln town car.

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have one here (1989) thats doing the same thing; ive been told it may be from the clock?????

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