So it is a better idea to update all apps to the latest. Its been well looked after - serviced on time etc. Don't know much more about it but I thought it was interesting. . Mar 02, 2015 this is a hard one, the battery goes dead from time to time,youll have to keep an out for lights staying on, a brake switch that stick sometimes,could be a radio shoting or a cd player drawing volts with key off,best way is to hook battery to a draw tester ,see if it drawing then start removing fuses one at a time to try and pinpoint the system thats drawing. The road side mechanic said that if the car is not driven at least 15 minutes nonstop a day, the battery runs dead as there are so many draws from the car on the battery.
If the current value is large, then he can pull fuses one at a time to determine which circuit is using an excessive amount of current. My problem is, after that, my confidence has gone down. Fuller; I just re-read your post. The failure mileage was approximately 5,700. So I went back to expert advice from Scotty Loveless, an Apple consultant at Appinstructor. Or until the next update at least. I've spoken to other owners of other model luxury cars and no one has had this problem.
Upon removal of the fuse for the offending circuit, the current will go way down and that's how you identify which circuit the problem is on. Check the customer's vehicle, battery installation could take up to 45 minutes. The car hadnt been used for about 4 weeks. Check for this code in your owners manual - it will usually be either a sticker or small card in the booklet. Once you've got that all set up, remove each fuse one at a time from the fuse block, look at the meter to see how much the current goes down drops , make note of it and re-insert that fuse. It is very unlikely that software glitches cause such issue. Deep-cycle batteries are made to be drawn all the way down and recharged also known as Marine battery.
Alternator is sort of border line. If there isn't an official statement from Lexus on their vehicles' draining a battery in a week, the dealer is lying. . . So Im thinking - if I leave it for a few days, will it start up? I go down the list one-by-one and switch to While Using or Never. Also, iPhone turning on the display every time you pick it up will drain the battery sooner. If you can't find it, call Lexus and they will give you the code for free.
Repeat that process for every fuse in the fuse block. They should do a load test on it first to see if its ok. Though it is a great Apple device considering reliability and usability, some users have started complaining about sudden battery drain in iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus. The contact stated that the vehicle would not start unless the vehicle was jump-started. If a spark is seen, there is something still on in the car. But this is unnecessary as it does the same things for apps which you dont even use regularly.
If a good battery starts the engine, check the voltage across the battery with the engine running, if it is less than 14 volts, your alternator is probably bad. When I went to buy it, we had to jump start it. Drove it 70 miles home on Sunday. Someone should get slapped for making that asinine statement. Then check the charging system, then look for something not shutting down. Do I need to take it on long runs every week or will it be ok if I do 5 mile local runs every 2 days? Didnt do much driving coz had to sort of insurance etc. Both are worse in coming up with a fix.
Someone should get slapped for making that asinine statement. More: Genius new uses for that old iPhone More: This smartphone trick lets you do more in less time 2. Surprisingly no, the car even remembered the seat positions, it was virtually as if I hadn't done a thing, I think the radio reset itself but most things worked fine, sometimes the windows go haywire and the one touch doesn't work, all you do is put them all the way down and then up to teach the windows where they are. Check the customer's vehicle, battery installation could take up to 45 minutes. Jan 16, 2010 I dont think the dealer knew what he was doing ,your altenator has 6 diodes inside it and the are a one way check valve for current,If one fails no light will come on because it is still charging,But will drain your battery,I hope this helps you and have a merry x mas and please dont forget to vote on this solution Dec 19, 2009 well i would start with testing the alternator first.
Your dealer should know how to do what I described. The battery is not easy to get to so a trickle charge will not work. The vehicle was taken to the dealership where the battery was replaced twice; however, the problem still occurred. Dead batteries are hard on the charging system, will need to have that inspected once you get the car going. Why is the battery new? After sitting garage for a month or more it won't start. Your Usage number should be way, way lower than your Standby number.