Battery draining

Asked by Jun 10, 2018 at 10:43 PM about the 2015 Jeep Cherokee

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Just today my Jeep Cherokee 2015 wouldn’t start. It did
not make a clicking noise when I pushed the ignition
button just the regular sound but then nothing. On my
second and consecutive tries to start the car the brake
pedal was stiff, unlike it usually is when I press it to start
the Jeep and no turn over. Electricial all seems fine. Radio,
lights etc all work. I had the battery and the alternator
tested and those appear to be in good working condition.
Fluid levels are all good as well. Jumping it took literally 2
seconds for it to start but it didn’t keep a charge even
after driving it for 20 mins. This probably doesn’t have any
thing to do with this but I did notice tonight that there is
one headlight out and I feel like the engine is running hot.
The gage does not indicate that.  My gasoline level is just
above 1/2 full. Any thoughts as to what might be the
problem?

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