Hello. My 2001 Chrysler 300M would not start this morning. It was driven as recently as Friday afternoon with no issues whatsoever. So it had been sitting for about 2.5 days when I tried starting it this morning. I live in Chicago and we got some snow over the weekend and it was parked outside. There was about 1/8 tank of gas in the car. When I tried starting it this morning, the engine made no sound and the lights would not turn on, but the power locks worked. I haven't had this car very long, but it did not make the "clicking" sound I've heard before when other cars have had dead batteries. Should I assume this is a dead battery or could sitting outside in the snow have caused some other issue?
My car has 240000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.
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