Question about Dodge Ram 250
A car battery might lose some of its charge for other reasons. An electrical short or an accessory that is not functioning properly could cause excessive drain on a battery. Another possibility is that the switch or relay for a rear window defogger might get stuck in the "on" position, which would draw power from the battery even after the engine is turned off.
This all has to be checked bymeter.Check the connection of battery to starter and battery to alternator.In some cases it has been seen that Ignition switch does not turn the car off.It shows off but actually its faulty so it does not turn the car off,you think you turned the car off by key,but the car is still on due to faulty ignition switch.Get the ignition switch and ignition lock module checked. Also check the interior light switches and wirings. Thanks. Keep updated for any more query. You can rate this solution and show your appreciation
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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