You leave your car parked for a couple of days, and when you go to start your car, it doesn't start. Your battery died. This has never happened before, even though you've left your car parked for longer many times before. It's definitely not a case of your battery being too old, since it's brand new. So what's the problem?
Normally, when a car is completely off, it does sip power and current from your battery to power certain circuits that the manufacturer deemed necessary to always be on. A perfectly healthy car can sit for a couple of weeks before the battery eventually dies from powering these circuits. A car needs to be driven for its alternator to be able to charge the battery back up again.
But although a car's battery will die if the car is parked for too long, it shouldn't die from parking the car for a couple of days. If this is the case, then you have a battery drain. Some circuit that should not be on all the time is staying on with the car parked.
But don't worry, because we can diagnose the source of the drain by doing a Battery Draw Test. And if you have any other Electrical Problems in your vehicle, we can troubleshoot them and try to find the cause.
Battery Draw Test