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Battery problem I parked my car. 24 hrs later, I leave for work and the battery is dead. I get a jump. It runs for 2 weeks. I get up to go to work. The battery is dead again. Anyone solved this problem yet? I just read it happened to another person and it was the DEL module. I am now at the dealership to see if they can resolve the problem. But I live way in the outback and am concerned that My neighbor will be inconvenienced to drive a few miles to jump my car.

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You either have a circuit somethere in a system or the alternator does not do a good job (Failure of the diode bridge or voltage regulator in the alternator). Also if your vehicle has an average run time (to go to work) of less than 20 minutes, your alternator will not have the opportunity to recharge the battery fully. You can check it for free in Autozone (battery votage and alternator charge).
Also check the battery connectros and alternator connectors for deposition
Good Luck

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