Question about 2004 Nissan Murano
Temporary fix until you find someone who knows.
When you pull into your place to park the car for the night, or whatever, go ahead and unhook the battery. Re-hook up the battery when you are ready to drive it again. That will at least keep you from not driving it at all.
Posted on Jan 12, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Car Battery draining over night
Something is shorted and it could be very difficult to find sometimes. It could be something as simple as a button being pressed when it shouldn't turning on a light or feature that runs all the time, but in a 2001 that is unlikely as it should turn off all lights after a certain period of time. It could be something in the radio. What I suggest is to pull one fuse at a time for accessories, check your manual for what each fuse powers. If the battery still drains with that fuse out then put it back in a pull another. When you find the fuse that allows your battery to keep it's charge then you will have a much smaller field of offending components.
For example, if you pull the fuse that powers the radio and heater, and the battery keeps it's charge then you know it is either the heater or radio causing your problem.
This can take a few weeks to do completly but won't cost you a penny to do.
Posted on Jun 09, 2008
YOU NEED TO HAVE A CAN OF STARTER FLUID READY ON THOSE COLD DAYS TO SPRAY IN THE AIR BOX!
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Posted on Jul 18, 2008
not sure what the issue is as a motor, unless you are running all your accesories should run off the battery for abit.
quick test. put a completely charged battery in the vehicle. start it up.... unhook the battery.... if it dies.... alternator.... if it keeps running battery.
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
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