Will leaving radio on drain battery?
As the radio plays, it draws power from the battery, meaning that it’s possible for your car battery to die while listening to the radio. You probably won’t need to remove or replace the battery, but it still puts you in a tricky position.
How long will a radio take to drain a car battery?
If your car is newer, the battery will probably last for four to six hours with the radio on. If you have an upgraded sound system with additional amplifiers, subwoofers, or speakers, however, your battery might drain more quickly. Adding a subwoofer, for example, can reduce the battery life to.
Can a radio fuse drain a car battery?
No, it’s unlikely that a blown fuse is draining your battery. A fuse is a conduit for electricity. A blown fuse will simply stop a headlight or turn signal from functioning. In some cases, it can lead to an open circuit that draws energy.