I bought a new battery, wires are connected perfectly. But my car won’t turn on at all. Horn and hazards work but nothing cranks or turns on. It cranked with the older battery. It started up last night and it’s 7 degrees now
Hi Bruce. Thanks for contacting us today. In extreme cold temperatures like you’ve described, many car batteries simply don’t have enough cold cranking amps to engage the starter. There really isn’t a solution to fix this problem besides jump-starting the car or buying a cold-weather specific car battery.
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