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My 2003 Honda CRV sounded like it had a weak battery. The original battery went bad last May. Now (the following October) it sounded like it was going bad. It would turn over slowly 2-3 times and then click, sounding like a bad battery. After 2-3 tryâ??s starting it, it turns over as usual and starts. This happens about 1 out of every 20 starts. The engine temperature or outside temperature doesnâ??t seem to be a factor. I returned the battery and they gave me a new one but the problem continued.

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