Question about 2006 Mercedes-Benz ML-Class
The battery of my Mercedes M runs empty after a week stand still
Thats actually not uncommon for a battery to run out of juice after sitting for a while. What is uncommon is the amount of time that elapses in your case. It shouldn't be empty after a week. However, this is assuming that you have a "Good" battery, or one that starts out at 100% before you leave your ML for the week. Factory installed batteries usually need to be replaced after 3-5 years. If I were you I would get the battery checked at AutoZone.
In the rare case that you have a 100% "Good" battery, you may have a constant draw from the battery when the car is off. This is highly unlikely. Check the battery out, and report back if you have any more questions!
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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