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I went to a friend's house to hang out and was there for ~30 minutes and when I went back to my car, the key wouldn't turn. I also noticed the lights wouldn't come on and the indicator for P R N D wasn't on either which is a first.

Is it possible that the battery would drain this quickly, even if I left a light on or didn't shut the door properly? I'm pretty sure there wasn't any lights on.

EDIT: It's a 2004 Range Rover HSE
 

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Well the battery is less than a year old, I will get AAA to deal with it tomorrow.
 

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Put it on charge, then test the electrical system.

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could be a short or bad battery as suggested but i would bet the alternator is toast.

I went to a friend's house to hang out and was there for ~30 minutes and when I went back to my car, the key wouldn't turn. I also noticed the lights wouldn't come on and the indicator for P R N D wasn't on either which is a first.

Is it possible that the battery would drain this quickly, even if I left a light on or didn't shut the door properly? I'm pretty sure there wasn't any lights on.

EDIT: It's a 2004 Range Rover HSE
 
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