Obligatory first time posting here.
I have a 2006 Range Rover HSE that has a battery drain problem that I cannot chase down.
The car would die in a few days, and need to be jumped. I replaced the battery.
Problem continued. Have checked fuses, only one that gives me a reading is the air suspension (0.3). There is a clear leaking liquid directly behind the front left driver side tire (it is clear and odorless). After a while of being turned off there is sagging in the front of the vehicle (I am aware this maybe an air suspension problem).
Now, the car only starts when I jump it. When the cables are attached (brand new cables), it takes a while to jump - there is intermittent clicking noises (click, silence, click, silence) while the cables are attached.
Once the car starts up it runs fine (no battery light or anything). But once the car turns off, it immediately dies and does not turn on again.