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Tye dealer just told us that it is a common problem to find the battery dead if the start button is accidentally pushed while the brake is not on. This starts the fan(s) and runs down the battery.

Our 2016 Mazda 3 has so many nice features it is a real shame that this aspect was overlooked in the design.

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If I were you, I would talk to another dealer's service guy for a second opinion. You may have a different electrical problem that is draining your battery, eg., bad alternator, short circuit, etc.

Any number of things that dealers really don't want to attempt to find as it is hard to find the cause. He may be "fluffing" you off with the start button excuse.

I wouldn't necessarily believe what he told you. Go to another Mazda dealer.

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