07 pontiac G6 battery dead bought new battery start car every 2 days 2 weeks later battery dead again no lights,radio or anything else is turned on but still have dead battery

Asked by Mar 09, 2017 at 02:44 PM about the 2007 Pontiac G6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

problem with battery being drained while parked in garage   even after being
starting it  every 2 days    within 2 weeks new battery dead again

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Something is "on" whether you see it or not. You will need to isolate the circuit by using a current meter and pulling fuses until the current meter goes to zero. After the circuit is known, you can troubleshoot the wiring associated with it. Before doing this, double check the obvious. Courtesy lamp? Map light? Trunk light stuck on? External amp or sound system not shutting down completely? Security system malfunction? You get the idea.

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