My battery has died 3 times recently and starts when jumped, but then won't start again after shut off. What could be draining the battery?
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2007 Nissan Armada Question: Dead Battery
Answer #1matte March 18, 2009, 10:02Master
It may be that your battery is dead and won't hold a charge. A new battery may fix the problem, but your Armada is so new, I would imagine it's still under warranty, which would cover this problem with the battery.
Best things to do is to get it diagnosed and fixed. If there's a draw on the system, you'll need a good technician to figure it out--with luck, under warranty!
Answer #2hemicuda March 20, 2009, 13:46Master
If your alternator is not charging, your battery will eventually die, Have a repair shop put a meter on the alternator to see if its charging.