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99 Chrysler 300M alarm running battery down

Left the key in the ignition accidentally the other night, in the morning the battery was completely dead. Jumped it but the lights and alarm seem to be running so much that the battery is not able to recharge itself. Is this a problem with the electrical system? Or is it the battery?

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Battery was just drawn down so much that when it regained power it set the alarm off which flashes the lights. I would put a charger on the battery for a few hours untill its charged and that should solve the problem

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