Question about 2007 Suzuki Forenza Sedan
It would appear as though something is causing the battery to discharge - check things like the light in the trunk - make sure it turns off when you manualy simulate the lid opening and closeing. Also try disconnecting one of the battery leads then touch it to the terminal when everything is switched off - there may be a very slight spark because of the clock. If the "spark" looks much more then this proves something is drawing current from the battery which explains why it is discharging overnight. If you have after market hi-fi or any other toys then try disconnecting them if you see they are drawing power when everything is switched off.
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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