Battery Drain on 2004 Chrysler Crossfire

My battery continues to drain after 4-5 days. Has anyone else had this problem.

by in Lanham, MD on February 05, 2011
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ANSWER by on February 05, 2011
Look for an 'ignition-off draw.' Could be caused by a glove box or trunk light staying on. Also, sometimes aftermarket equipment like sound systems are not installed correctly, causing battery drain. You could also have a faulty or improperly installed battery. You could go to an auto electric shop or a Chrysler specialist for help. Here's a directory link for you:
COMMENT by on April 12, 2011
I've had many electrical issues with this car it has been a disaster on wheels!First my car was in the garage as always for 1week on vacation came hometo the car would not click turn over nothing wouldnt even take a charge or a jump!The battery was only a year old the car has 35,000miles,took the battery in it was completely dead when check at the repair shopwas even a new batterystill under warranty.2 months later I'm baking out of my driveway go to pull on my seat belt as i shift into 1st gear start moving and as soon as i lock in the seatbelt( mind you the car is moving)my seat starts moving forward on its own and slams my into the steering wheel I had to be pulled out after i shut off the car!now 2 months later my car has not been used in 2days go out to start it and of course the same thing the car will not start checked with a battery charger nothing dead!will not take a charge ,TELL ME WHAT THE HECK IS WRONG WITH THIS CAR!
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