When I turn off my car, on the radio panel, it says it is going into battery saving mode and to turn off the ignition, which is weird because I already have done so and have the key taken out.

Asked by Nov 11, 2015 at 05:22 PM about the Ford Fusion

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I guess I am wondering if it means I need a new battery soon? Or have I
somehow turned on some button somewhere, because normally you can take
the key out and the radio still can stay on and not turn off until you open the
door without the console saying it is going into battery saving mode and telling
you to turn off the car (which technically it already is)

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http://www.carcomplaints.com/Ford/Fusion_Hybrid/2013/electrical/frequent_battery_saver_warning_messages.shtml

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http://www.fordescape.org/forum/electronics-audio-lighting/3817-battery-saver.html

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