Question about Cars & Trucks
Shut the choke off slowly until the motor is warmed up. If this doesn't work you should give a better explanation of what is wrong, please proof read your reply.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dead Battery
Sure..you need to get a volt/amp tester to verify alternator strength. If that is OK then each one of your circuits has to be checked for too much electrical draw. It sounds like that is your problem because as you run the car the alternator takes care of your electrical needs; however the battery takes a hit each night if one or more of the circuits is drawing too much juice.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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