running lights,car battery
Dear sir or ma'am,
I own a Volvo xc60 that I bought new in 2010. I like the car and the way it handles. However, every time I'm gone for about 2-3 days or more, the battery dies and it has to be jump started. I believe it's because I don't see a way to turn off the running lights in the car. Therefore, if the car is not used for a time, it drains the battery. I've had to jumpstart it 2 times and twice it was so low, I had to tow it to the dealer. Any suggestions, recommendations?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KF1gijj03_0 Or if you prefer an article instead of a video: http://www.flashoffroad.com/electrical/Batteries/BatteryDrain.html .....but do the running/parking lights never go off?
I looked up your car and you have a 5 year, 60,000 mile warranty. Get it to the dealer
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