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Battery goes dead every few weeks..I recharge it and it will stay charged for a few weeks or months. Then goes dead again.

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I just recently had the same issue.  Have someone check all the fuses and see what is drawing the power down.   Do you have electrical seats?  OnStar? Also have someone check your ingnition to see if it is fully turning off.  Trailblazers are supposed to have the 'run down protection' but something that drains your battery little by little could be the problem.  It seems that trailblazers need a lot of juice just to get started...

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