Asked by Heatherrrrrr Aug 17, 2019 at 11:40 AM about the 2010 Chevrolet HHR

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I sat in my car today for an hour and a half
with the door open the car was not running
but the lights and radio obviously was on. I
went to start my car 30 minutes later and the
battery is dead. Everything dings light are all
fine radio works. You wouldn’t think the
battery was dead until you went to start it.
What do I do? Can I let it sit for a while and it
will re-charge itself?

3 Answers


Ya, get a new battery, NOT a deep cycle type anymore, they do not like to have a LOAD test, it Wrecks 'em these days, the new tin-antimony batteries (my own Father Nawaz) developed with years of research~ should get 5-7 components will struggle with bad results, TRUST your battery, recycle it for a NEW one~ you will have what feels like a brand new car that way~


See how old it is first , if it's not an " old " a battery it could be charged or has a warranty

1 people found this helpful.

Thanks! I actually took it out and it only was at 11% and was able to get it charged!

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