I was unavailable to use the car for a few months. When I returned and tried the key. There was absolutly no current. No sound, nothing.
Is the battery dead? These are used cars. I used them for a few years after I bought them from previous owners. No problems before I left. I was using them fine. I already knew about the history before, When I was using them there was no problem, except when I left for a few..
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Most cars on the road, even many of the older ones, have things that draw current even when the key is off. Clock, computer system, alarm system to name a few. With not being run in months to recharge the battery, the battery will die. So the problem is 99% likely the battery. Problem is that often draining it down that way ruins it. You may charge it up to find that it still dies really quickly.
Charge it overnight, then see how it runs. But don't get into someplace where it will be a problem if you can't start it right up, incase you do need a new battery.0