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94 buick roadmaster... new battery new starter... -4degrees.....when i turn switch, i just get a ka-tink sound put heater under hood did not help

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First thing is make sure your battery connections are clean, a little corrosion can cause a lot of problems at these low temperatures. make sure that the other ends of the battery cables are clean too. Hope this solves your problem.

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