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It was very cold last night. Car wold not turn over. Tried antifreeze in gas line. Tried to boost. Nothing works.

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  • kashinoroyal Feb 09, 2009

    when i went to start my car this morning i turned the key to start it and got one click in response, followed by silence. i tried boosting it with no success, the instrument panel my cd player and the lights are still working in the car. iwas told this might be a starter problem but i am not certain.

  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    Yes, need to know what "thundergod" asks, before we can be of much help.

  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010


    turning over is considered to be engine turning when key is turned to start. Starting is entirely different... that's when it starts and runs Even if for a short time. Now... is it not turning over or not starting?

  • solieswrench May 11, 2010

    I think there is a fuse like 50 amp maybe under cover by firewall on passengers side.

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Your battery is probably bad as the two hardest things on batteries is hot & cold. Your starter uses amperage not voltage. If the amerage in your battery is low then it will not turn the starter.

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