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The radio in my 2005 honda element starting cutting off and on. now the car wont start. battery seems dead.

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Replace the battery with a high RC/CCA rating at least 650 or above.
ck the altanator as well it might not be charging. the altanator should be at 13.5 volts or above and if it is not then it needs to be swapped out as well... go to oreillys and autozone to get the battery and altenator tested. replace the battery in your vehicle around every five years or as needed make sure the terminals on the battery are snug as well this could cause you to have a no start.. ck all conections on the back of the radio to make sure they are all plugged in, factory radios usually have issues when the wires and antenna on the back are not pushed in tightly..

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