Wayyyyy too F*ckin cold


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Username: Stnorris

Davenport, IA US

Post Number: 1987
Registered: Apr-06
Well im lookin to see if tehres anything to do to make my car start. I think i may need a new battery that might hold up better to cold temperature.

Right now its -3 degrees, and it says "feels like -22 degrees here in iowa. http://www.weather.com/weather/local/52748?lswe=52748&lwsa=WeatherLocalUndeclare d&from=whatwhere

i want to buy a battery real soon cause im sick of this, will a red top do the trick since it will probably put out like twice the power when starting as a stock battery?

......im also sick of my cd player freezing.....

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Username: Bestmankind

Www.15inchwangers.comFI Audio BTL

Post Number: 9953
Registered: Oct-05
damn cd player freezing? that is cold man. you park your car outside or in the garage?

just get any battery with a high cca.

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Username: Extrmndor3

Sit and Look pretty

Post Number: 3708
Registered: Feb-06
the red top will push more amps than a yellow beacuse its juzz for starting but the red top its not a deep cycle battery like the yellow top

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Username: Logan__tille

[:-]15 Wangers Club[:-] Premier Member

Post Number: 5446
Registered: Feb-06
Yeap its cold alright its -9 here w/o windchill

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Username: Pitbullguy

Chicago, Illinois I Eats Beats...

Post Number: 605
Registered: Oct-06
make sure you run your car EVERY day in this weather...vapor lock will fu<k sh!t up

Bronze Member
Username: Streetridersr22

Mason city, Iowa U.S.

Post Number: 53
Registered: Dec-06
go for the batt. cuz i live up in mason city and mine was doin the same thing hard to start and now it starts with no problem..... (optima yellow top) bout 200

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Username: Young_james


Post Number: 1692
Registered: Sep-05
That's normal weather up here Cars must be built for winters up here cuz I can have my old car sitting in the cold for days and start first click with no problems. Old batteries and all that stuff too. That's weird...lol. btw, i'm in in Newfoundland canada

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Username: Van_man

Boston South, MA

Post Number: 1887
Registered: Mar-06
My prefered Battery is Sears Diehard. Gold, Or whatever the best one is. Never had problems with em. I got one in My 54 olds and I only start it once a month. Its like 15 degrees here now, and it just started no problem.

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Username: Johnfiac

IL Afghanistan,...

Post Number: 1245
Registered: Mar-06
i have a redtop for cranking never had no problem, also i think drycell batteries take c older temperatures then liquid cells.

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Username: Mygame5982

Memphis HPO 15 Wangers..., TEXAS US

Post Number: 1162
Registered: Jan-06
it feels great outside..had to drop the top!!

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Username: Blainew

Post Number: 2146
Registered: Nov-05
suposed to be -20 with windchill where i am tommorow

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Username: Teddy21

Ann Arbor, MI USA

Post Number: 442
Registered: Feb-06
im have problems with my yellow top right now because of the cold, if i were you i would get a red top or a die hard gold. Both have great warranties so if they ever go bad take em back to Sears and and they will replace for ya. I used to work there and used to sell the krap outta those gold die hards. They have lots of CCA's and a long warranty.

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Username: Greeney1888

Clover Grove, Murderapolis... We from the ...

Post Number: 320
Registered: Feb-06
supposed to be -30 with windchill tomorrow &
started closing schools at 5:00pm today

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Username: Goodie_goop

Midland, Texas U.S.

Post Number: 243
Registered: Oct-06

Gold Member
Username: Cenus

Hicksville, Ohio

Post Number: 2903
Registered: Jan-05
its 0 right now with windchill around -15, schools are allready closing around here, my schools on a 2 hour delay allready.

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Username: Johnfiac

IL Afghanistan,...

Post Number: 1246
Registered: Mar-06
its the end of the world!!!!
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