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  1. 1994 E36 318i battery issue 
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    hi guys, just a little head scratcher for you, on tuesday i parked my car up on the drive and didnt use it till friday, now when i went to start he start it wouldnt start battery gone flat but see how as there was no lights left on or nething, any ideas?

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    Could just be a failed battery Chazz. Best off getting it tested for any dead cells...
     
     

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    where can i get it tested?
     
     

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    kwikfit, battery place, maybe halfords
     
     

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    There can be stupid stuff like bootlights and glovebox lights staying on unknown.
    What you might have to do is measure any current drains and see if there is some circuits not switching off.
    Alarms have a habit of draining batteries.
     
     

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