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Battery going flat on car daewoo leganza 1997

New battery still went flat auto electrician says everything ok may go 1 week to 2 weeks without going flat

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Hi for a battery to go flat means your altenator isn't doing its job in charging it. all cars are different but it has to charge at a certain rate in order to keep it going. if the charge rate is very low then yes the battery wont last. if alternator is ok then possibly a wirring fault somewhere.

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