Question about 2006 Audi A3
At first, my battery tended to be dead when it was in the 40-50 degree range in the morning. I've put the car on a 2-amp charge for 10+ hours and that seems to solve it for 10+ days, then it just doesn't have the juice to crank over. The car is completely unmodified, but nearly 4 years old. Oh, the battery did have several cells that were down 1+ inches, but the problem was not solved when I refilled and put it on a long, low charge.
Battery is no good.or there is a short somwhere
Does it spark when you connect the possitive cable to the battery?
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
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