Question about 2011 Hyundai ix35 2.0
There is only 2 reason for this to happen:
1. The battery must be in bad condition, in which case you should have it check up and if needed buy another one.
2. You car could have a short, meaning that probably there is a positive cable live touching the ground of the car. Therefor leaving your battery flat.
To troubleshoot and find out if it's a short, whenever you are to leave you car without a use for a week, just disconnect the positive cable of the battery, after a week, put it back on the terminal and start your car, if it start, then it's probably a short.
Posted on Mar 31, 2015
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