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Either have a bad battery, sometimes they go bad and the symptom is a "self" discharge that will run it down in a few days.. or. You have something inside the car that's running it down.
The way to check is to unhook the battery for the time that its down and see if the battery is dead when you return. If the battery goes flat unhooked, you have a bad battery. If the battey holds its charge while unhooked you have a drain from the car.
Your car I think was bad about one of the cooling fan relays sticking "on". Just something to be aware of.
any battery that sits has the potential to drain. when storing your vehicle, remove the negative terminal from the battery. this should aid in keeping the battery alive. excellent vehicle. enjoy driving it. by the way, make sure you get the proper battery for either the L6 or the V12 motor. it makes a world of difference in the long run.
it has a draw, and they will be best equipped to find it. There are more modules on that car than the shuttle. it may take them a while, its warranty right?? its just a process of elimination, removing modules/ components from the "LOOP" until the draw goes away. good luck
I have the same car I had the same problem.If you have the correct battery for your car with the same problem you have a short or positive ground in your dash/electric fuel pump/fuse box also be carefull of how you take the key from the ignition and if they're old replace them.