Question about 2004 Infiniti Q45
The battery is more than likely completely drained. Because those vehicles have so many electronic features, both mechanically and otherwise, they consume a lot of juice. If the car is going to be sitting for more than a month you are supposed to remove the long term storage fuse. It is located under the hood. Your owners manual will show you a picture of where it is. I would take the battery out, remove negative first then positive and have the battery tested. If the battery is completely drained it will not hold a charge either with the alternator or with cables. Just make sure you install the battery cables in the reverse order, Positive first then negative.
Posted on May 05, 2009
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