I have read related comments on battery problems from Honda Fit owners. I own a 2008 Fit and have had one battery replaced after it had died after being parked for five days in the train station parking lot,and the replacement just died yesterday in one of the rainiest days in Southern California. Triple A jump started the battery but advised me to get a new battery. Took it in to Honda who ran a check on electrical system and said everything checked out, and of course charged me $55.00. I personally do a walk around to see if the headlights are off and have turned off the dome light to avoid any problems. I bought the Fit to have a car with good gas mileage and that would start everytime. Now these battery problems I am not sure of the dependability of this car.
<br/> I do admit to listening to the radio for half an hour during my lunch hour at work, but turn the key to the position just before turning the key to start the car. I never had a problem with this before.I realize the Fit battery is a small battery, could this radio listening gradually deplete the battery.
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