Honda CR-V 2017 battery drain - dealership says I should use a trickle charger every or every other night! I shouldn’t have to do this as. Didn’t buy an electric car. I have had my. battery die 4 tim

Asked by Guru8KGFP Jan 04, 2020 at 08:05 PM about the 2017 Honda CR-V

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Dealership says I have to charge my car every or
every other night!?  Is this true for this car- every
car this make and model-  is there some fix for this
problem?

1 Answer

You have a short. Not in a Honda, but had a trunk light that stayed on and drained my battery. Took out the bulb which broke the circuit. Could not see that the light was on because it was suppose to go off when the trunk lid closed. Measure draw on battery. See what matches the draw: light, etc.

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