When your car battery dies once, it may be tempting to just write it off as a fluke. Batteries can die for a huge range of different reasons, and there’s always the chance that whatever went wrong won’t go wrong again. But when your car battery keeps dying over and over again, it’s a pretty safe bet that there’s an underlying problem that needs to be dealt with before you end up stranded somewhere.
Why Do Car Batteries Die?
The list of issues that can cause a car battery to die is so long as to approach neverending, but virtually every battery killer out there can be shoehorned into the three basic categories of battery problems, electrical system problems, and simple user error.
What Causes a Car Battery to Keep Dying?
- Headlights or dome lights left on.\
- Battery in weak or poor condition.
- Corroded or loose battery connections.
- Other parasitic drains in the electrical system.
- Extremely hot or cold temperatures.
- Charging system problems.
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