The simple answer is no---running the radio without running the engine will slowly discharge your battery and the louder you play it the quicker the battery will discharge. If you have a high quality, high power DC power source connected to your battery you can keep the battery charged up while you play your radio.All, I was wondering if there is a way to listen to the radio in my CX-30 for a while without affecting the battery charge?
No roof rails on any trim in Canada. We have heated steering (not available on any US trims outside of the new turbo models). We have heated side mirrors. We have covered cup holders. We get backup sensors (these are also now on the US turbo models I believe).Oh btw, does your Canada GT model have any differences in or outside your vehicle? They don't have a GT model in the US.
With the car in accessory mode I was able to listen to the radio today for about 20 minutes before the "battery low start your engine" warning ruined the experience.All, I was wondering if there is a way to listen to the radio in my CX-30 for a while without affecting the battery charge?