Im not sure the year but my uncle has a lincoln continental and the battery always goin died... Brand new battery though... Somethings is always draining it...

Asked by Jun 01, 2015 at 05:31 AM about the Lincoln Continental

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Is it a daily driver or does it sit in the garage for weeks on end?

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If this is a car that your Uncle doesn't use all the time he should disconnect the negative (-) battery cable when he parks it. The computer(s) and radio will be constantly drawing on the battery even if the ignition is off. After 2 or 3 weeks of sitting the battery may be dead. HTH. -Jim

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