Question about 2005 Chevrolet Suburban
I had the tires rotated 1 year ago and the battery died in the repair shop. I put a new battery in and I just had the tires rotated and the battery died again. The shop could not get the tire monitor system to work correctly both times. Is there something in the system that when he is trying to program the tire monitors that he could screw with that would cause a battery drain?
Depends on how long he was trying to program the TPMS. With the engine not running and the ignition keys on, the day time running lights are on and the head lights are draining the battery. Next time your going to have the ignition keys on for a long period of time with out the engine running, set your parking brakes. Setting your parking brakes will keep your Day time running lights from coming on.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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