I assume you mean it still would CRANK after you took the battery cable off, right?
How much stuff do you have packed in your glove box? It is REAL common for excessive paperwork to bend the tab holding the glove box light switch so it doesn't turn off.
Three times a day seems like a lot to have to start it, but it is normal for it to kill the battery in a day or two. I seem to recall that light being on the same fuse as the interior lights. There is also a thermal timer for the light by the ignition switch. It is very rare for the contacts to stick, but if they did, it would also run the battery down in a few days.
I have a Dynasty with 3200 miles, but it's a '93 and has a body computer that controls the key light, not a thermal timer. It is normal for all the various computers' memory circuits to drain the battery, but Chrysler says it will still crank after three weeks.
Holler back if the glove box light is not the problem.
Friday, March 20th, 2009 AT 1:49 AM