I had just drove my car Wednesday night at 9pm. I came out to start my car the next morning and it won't start. I tried to jump my battery and that still won't work. Can the starter freeze up by any chance? Or can it be something so stupid as a fuse out? Please help. I do live in New Hampshire so the weather isn't that great. Thanks.
When I try to start the car, my time and radio shut off. No noise happens and it doesn't even turn over. Just nothing. I was told my battery could be dead but we tried to jump that. And I was told my starter can freeze?? Please help. Thanks sooooo much! My car is a 2000 and about 35000 miles on it. Not much at all.
Past years i didn't have any trouble with sarting my car during the winter, and their was a lot of cold day. But this years i think my battery is too damagged by all the time i forgot my roof light during 10 hours + and also drivin my sound sytem during 2-3 hours at the beach a couple of time...
if you still have trouble, i have heard bye some people that you can turn your light on and off, i don't know why but a lot of people did this in the past on older car, maybe it work also on new car. Good Luck!
I had the same problem with my car. The alternator wasn't charging the battery (even though it "looked" like it did...damn AAA morons), so it just died. I was running off the battery for a couple days before it died. We replaced the battery and the alternator and all went well.
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