Question about Car Audio & Video
Your alternator isn't charging your batter and needs to be replaced, your battery no longer holds a charge or doesn't have enough cranking amps for the application and that only applies if you aren't playing your music without the motor running. If you play music without the motor running it's going to drain your battery, sure, it'll still play music but the amps will be too low to turn the motor over fast enough to catch the timing on the motor in order to start it. Winter is hard on batteries as well, that's why they have cranking amps and cold cranking amps.
Posted on Mar 04, 2011
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