I purchased a GMC 2014 Terrain from a GMC dealer 3 wks ago. I'm not driving it much because I have another vehicle. Last night tried to start it....DEAD....No Lights...nothing . It only has 16k miles on it....Help??

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Asked by Sep 01, 2015 at 08:57 AM about the 2014 GMC Terrain SLE2 AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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shouldn't happen, possible you have a battery that was border line from the start when you purchased the car. Possible that something was left on, such as an interior light? First get the car started, jump it if possible then have the battery load tested. if it no good time for a new battery. If you don't use the car much you can purchase a battery disconnect switch, may sure it is installed on the neg side of the battery.

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See my question just before yours. I drive my car a lot, but one morning it just decided not to do anything. At first i thought the battery was stolen. Had the dealer check everything and no issues were found. Battery was tested and it was/is good.

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