For a relatively new 12V battery (5 months old), how long does it take before it drains and ends up not being helpful to start the car? I had just my internal lights on for 30 minutes and after that I am not able to start the car using the Push start feature of my car. When I try to start, the lights under the "Starter system" stays on in the dash and "Malfunction indicator lamp" blinks.
This is a Honda accord 2013 (9th gen), if that matters. The battery is Interstate brand (Installed from Honda dealership under the "Honda" brand)
Update(12/11/2018): So since the push start was not working, I called the towing truck. They came and tried for a jump start. Did not work. So we towed it to the dealership. The towing truck dropped the car at their lot and it started working. I am able to do push start. I started the car, drove for 10+ minutes locally and came back to the lot again. Stopped the car and was able to start again.
When I spoke to the dealership service person, he said it could be because the towing did some shaking which fixed something?. They ran a battery test and it came out as "Good"
A day ago before this issue happened, I disconnected the negative terminal of the battery and reconnected it back. But I drove the car at least 4 times after that. When the "push start won't work" issue started next day, the car was stationary (I was doing some work inside-removing the outer trim in center console). I was able to start the car once. (Switched from P to N and pulled the parking brake up, so that I can lift the trim properly. After this (just 5 minutes later). I was trying to start again and I noticed the starting trouble.