Question about Chevrolet Tahoe
When you turn the key to off and get out of the car and walk away, you are confident that nothing is running and hence sucking the power or juice out of the battery. In your case that is wrong, something is continuing to run so when you come back the battery's power to restart the thing has gone away.
As you have not a clue, you need to pay someone to track that thing down and turn it off permanently so it does not draw the battery down when the engine is not running. When the engine is running, the alternator puts out plenty of power to charge the battery and run all the doodads.
Common doodads which continue to run even when you think they are off and cause this problem are remote door locks, light bulbs which should be off, security systems, any aftermarket toy which was installed by a dunderhead or brother in law.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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