Question about 2000 Nissan Maxima
It's most likely nothing wrong with the battery or the alternator. You can confirm this at any parts store as they have test equipment they will put on it for free.
THe most likely problem is short in a wire that is slowly(or maybe not so slowly) draining your battery when the car is shut off. These are among the most difficult problems to diagnose unfortunately. There's really not much you can do other than laboriously test wires one by one unless you get lucky and find a frayed or cut wire during a visual inspection.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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