derf247 at gmail.com
Sat Nov 16 04:57:58 MST 2013
Make sure all wiring and connections between starter and battery are good.
Especially check the ground.
Running a fat wire from the negative terminal to one of the starter mount
bolts can be effective sometimes.
A healthy battery should read a little over 12V at rest. I
You could have your battery load tested.
Whatever the cause is you can be sure it will get worse until corrected.
On Sat, Nov 16, 2013 at 5:51 AM, Kristi & Lambert <
kristi74midget at comcast.net> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> Just a quick poll,
> In these cold mornings, under a certain temp around 50, I cannot get my
> started without a little help from another car or a battery charger.
> Should i
> just try and find the best battery with a high CCA or buy a jump pack? I
> drive my midget often because it is one of my daily drivers.
> Kristi & Lambert
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