Question about Dodge Ram 1500
Yes, have the battery checked. If it was nearing the end of it's life, it may be time to replace it, as the lights left on drained it completely, and it's not re-charging enough due to it's already poor condition. You can get it tested for free at most parts stores, in or out of the vehicle. They can tell you if it's charge is too low, and if it's time to replace it. Good luck, hope its that simple!
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