Dead battery

Asked by Dec 20, 2016 at 09:26 AM about the 2014 Lincoln MKZ

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Why does my battery keep dying

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The alternator is not charging , or you have a short in the car or there is some type of device that is being left on in the car. Go to Auto Zone and have them put a load test on the alternator they will do it for free to see if it is charging the battery.

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Have the vehicle tested for a parasitic current draw. Also look to see if a glove box light trunk light or hood light is staying on after the vehicle is shut off. Another issue may be the battery itself, have it tested.

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Does anyone know how to get inside a 2013 Lincoln Mkx. My battery is dead and the manual key for reason won't open it as well. So at this point I can't get inside if the car to change or charge battery. HELP!

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