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My car would not start this am (not even turning over)then after a couple of hours it started but its like the clock and radio were never set?? What could that be from?? I have not driven it because I dont want to get stranded

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Well if your radio has been reset then that means your radio lost 12Volt power. Your battery may be on its way out the door. Sometimes in extreme cold weather, batteries that are older will exhibit this kind of behavior. Batteries rely on a chemical reaciton to produce the current and voltage needed for operation. At colder temperatures that chemical reaction slows down which in turn reduces the amount of availble current. Take your car to an autozone or advance auto and have them check it for free.

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