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Hi!

I'm a new member and I'm excited to be a part of this prestigious community. I am hoping to learn a little bit more about the issues I'm having with my 2006 Bentley Continental Flying Spur. Currently, my car was starting up and driving then all of a sudden the next day it would start up only for a hot second and power back down. I purchased two new batteries and I'm still having the same issue. In addition, the new batteries have drained all of a sudden. Is there anyone out there that is knowlegeable enough to guide me into the right direction in terms of knowing what the problem is and having it repaired?

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Welcome,
Those super electronic cars require to use OBD / computer, to check what's wrong.
Bentley specialist or Bentley dealer.

Don't spend more money without a diagnostic to see whats recorder as default.
 

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Keep the smart charger enabled when not in use. Like Jean mentioned, have it properly diagnosed to find the correct solution. These cars are heavily dependent on modules working together. One of your batteries is for the modules alone, the other is for starting.
 
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