With my job, I'm usually out of state 3 to 5 weeks at a time. Back in June or July, after being parked for 4 weeks, I come home and the battery is dead. I left the alarm on and figured that's what killed the battery. I took it to a Dodge dealer and had a new Mopar battery installed. My last trip out of state, I parked the car in an air conditioned shop and made sure nothing was left on including the alarm. I get home 5 weeks later and the battery is dead. What can I do to make sure I don't deal with this problem again? I thought of getting a battery tender and hook it up, but I don't want to leave one hooked up for 3 or 4 weeks straight with no one around to check on it. Is there a negative quick disconnect somewhere like there is with the positive cable on the drivers side?