Ford Fusion battery drain problem

Asked by Guru6JDJQ Apr 09, 2020 at 08:47 AM about the 2015 Ford Fusion Hybrid

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Ford Fusion hybrid battery drains and car will not start

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You need to have the electrical system checked for a parasitic draw, or maybe the battery is just old and needs replacing. Is it original?

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Battery is 4 months old. The Ford dealer is asking hundreds to diagnose.

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I am having similar issues with my 2019 fusion hybrid, I will have to jump it if i don't use it for a day. the dealer didn't find any issues with the battery after testing. Any advice? Thanks.

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Read another forum to move keyfob far from the car when parked. The fob was trying to continuously connect causing the battery to drain. Daughters car doing the same thing. Going to try this workaround

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Our 2020 Ford Fusions in our fleet are doing the same thing. If one sits for more than a week, it's dead. It has sat at ford for a month, and nothing; even has had battery replaced twice. Another car shop said it's the radio Module pulling. we didn't replace that cause it was like $1100. So we are continuously jump starting vehicle and hope someone signs it out to use for a trip. No recalls, so Ford dealer can't do much. I've even read where a car sitting next to the 2020's can actually drain the battery; like really????

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