How long would my battery stay charge without staring in my Chrysler 300 hemi

Asked by Jul 10, 2014 at 08:25 PM about the 2009 Chrysler 300 C HEMI

Question type: General

I AM OUT OF THE COUNTRY AND WOULD LIKE TO KNOW HOW LONG WOULD THE BATTERY STAY CHARGED WITHOUT STARTING.  WOULD I HAVE ANY PROBLEMS
IN STARTING AFTER 2 MONTHS?

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After 2 months, probably not. I would suggest you remove the negative battery cable off the battery or put a battery tender on it.

10

No u shouldn't but but if it don't charge then it's ur alternator by the way im only 12

10

But if the car dont charge it and it shouldn't die

1,315

Two months is the outside edge of how long a battery should sit, a trickle charger will keep battery alive. 90-120 days is around the time low voltage starts to occur and soon sulfation (crystalizing) on lead plates blocks current. Kills battery.

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If you have a clock and other automatic features that use power when the ignition is off {car alarm), the battery might not last more than a couple of weeks.

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