Something is killing my 1991 celica gt convertible I just bought please help

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Asked by Dec 15, 2013 at 10:19 AM about the 1991 Toyota Celica GT Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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could you possibly elaborate on that a bit? doesn't give us much to work with

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i will say about a few months old i disconnected the battery charge it over night still holding the charges after a few days but when you connected the the car it only hold the charges for a day or two sometimes i had to jump started. thank you your help is very much appriciated.

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i would first suggest checking the obvious. interior lights, trunk lights, and radio. also check for the glove box light but all should kill your battery over night are you sure its not the battery? if you have your battery out of the car stored off the ground (never on concrete) it should hold a charge for atleast a month or 2. how old is this battery? and have you ever had it tested? i recommend bringing it to an atlas, or parts source, or advanced auto parts, and have your battery tested. because if the battery has ever gone dead while out of car... its your battery, if no other things are on like glove box light interior lights ect. then its your battery. and if your car barely wants to roll over its the battery. i hope this helps

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