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1998 yukon won't start in cold weather I turn key get a click but no start.

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Sounds like the battery is just not up to the job,,,,they fale fast in cold wether,,all ways get the bigest most powerfull battery you can fit on a 4x4 and not i say NOT the cheapest this is were biger realy is better or the first realy cold day it go's errr,,,,err,,,er,,,click!

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