Question about Jeep Liberty
Check and verify that your alternator is charging properly, if you hook a multimeter up to your battery you should see a voltage between 13-14 volts on the charging side, if this is the case your alternator is good, next i would check the resting voltage of your battery that should be tested with the car off and it should be between 12-12.5 volts, if all of this checks out i would start looking into the parasitic draw on your battery while your vehical sits overnight, make sure all your courtesy lights are going off, your glove compartment light any under hood lights things like that if any lights like this are remaining on you will have a dead battery day after day because the light or draw on the battery keeps draining it of its charge....
Posted on Dec 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Something's running, obviously. Get a volt-ohmmeter that can measure current draw, remove each fuse one-by-one, and test each circuit for a non-zero current.
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
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