Question about 1995 Ford Mustang
Even though you had the battery checked it may be bad or have a weak cell in it. It can be charged and then keep a surface charge on for a little bit and then die. To check a battery out you need to use a good carbon pile tester and not just one of the old fashioned load testers. I guarantee you that it is most likely the battery. Especially if the battery is 4 plus years old or more. Cold weather just kills batteries as does hot weather. Good luck.
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
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