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QDoes the progressive snapshot discount drain your battery?

I plugged in and has had to work for two weeks. Yesterday, my car will not start at all , no noise , no lights . I took off instantly and left overnight. The lights work now, but not yet started. You can drain the battery ?
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#1Phat Ass Answered at 2012-02-12 03:26:37
Only if you are not driving often.
#2AnonymousAnswered at 2012-05-18 17:16:41
i have the same problem
#3AnonymousAnswered at 2012-09-19 11:04:46

i have had alot of trouble with my saturn outlook ever since i put snap shot in. car hestiates when i am driving. i took the device out of my car and now it runs smooth. everyone beware!!!!! i hear it drains your battery too.

#4baiyunAnswered at 2012-11-14 00:14:49
you must need a battery batteria Compaq Presario CQ62 batteria Dell Inspiron 1525
#5AnonymousAnswered at 2012-12-11 13:27:06
It drained my battery also. Have had to have at least 3 jumpstarts. I've unplugged the device now to see if that makes a difference.
#6AnonymousAnswered at 2012-12-17 17:57:25
I had the same problem. My battery is 2 weeks old. Had to jump start twice. I unplugged it now. Hope the problem goes away.
#7AnonymousAnswered at 2013-01-25 18:12:49
drained my saturn's battery too.
#8AnonymousAnswered at 2013-01-28 08:20:40
Yes I have had this happen to my car and yes I have a battery that is less than 6 months old. I had to jump start the car and then it is fine. The mechanic said my battery and alternator is working fine. So I believe it is the snapshot device that is causing my battery to drain.
#9AnonymousAnswered at 2013-02-03 12:10:26
Yes! I plugged in the snap-shot device, and two weeks later I had to jump my car nearly every day. I thought it was just because I had an old battery after I determined that it wasn't the alternator. So I replaced the battery. I was suspicious of the device because I could see it working while the car was off. So I unplugged it. My fiance put one in her 2009 VW, and four weeks later the battery is dead and needs to be jumped. It has to be the device. Perhaps the savings we "may" get from the device will pay for part of the new battery cost.
#10AnonymousAnswered at 2013-02-03 20:50:30
I am having the same problem with Acura 2008 MDX. The battery is 6 months old. Car ran fine for 3 weeks after snapshot installed. This week I had dead battery twice. I am pretty sure snapshot is draining the battery. I removed the snapshot now will be watching it to see if it solves the problem.
#11AnonymousAnswered at 2013-02-14 17:21:14
I plugged the snapshot into my Honda on Tuesday and on Wednesday the battery was dead and needed a jump start. It's a new car (six months) and I haven't had any other problems. So, I took the snapshot off and plan to return it.
#12AnonymousAnswered at 2013-03-22 18:21:19

i have the same prob and i called there call center the guy was rude and told me it was not the device and they couldnt do anything about it so im sending it back it not worth not having a car to get to work to pay the bill ugggg so mad

#13AnonymousAnswered at 2013-04-16 16:48:01

it’s happened with me today, i installed device 2 day ago after that not drove my car. today i see battery was dead but i have brand new battery so the culprit was a device.

#14AnonymousAnswered at 2013-08-30 14:41:54

Drained my acura TL after just 3 days of not driving it. Mechanic couldn't figure out why my car was dying but now I'm thinking it was the snapshot device I just plugged in a couple weeks ago.

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