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This sounds like you have a power leak somewhere draining the battery as it sits overnight. This could be a simple as a map light being left on or a trunk light or something similar staying on due to a faulty switch. The other cause of a power leak would be a short in a wire or component that isn't bad enough to blow its fuse but enough to drain the ...


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Sounds like your battery terminal connectors are stretched to the point that they are loose even when the bolt is fully tightened. Best fix would be to replace them with new connectors. Alternatively you could add a thin shim of metal between the post and the connector. Since the metal lead (battery post) has a high thermal expansion coefficient, my guess ...


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Clearly there is an electrical connection problem, either external to the battery or internally. First of all, check the battery cables, both the (+) and (-) connectors. Disconnect them, clean off any debris or corrosion, make sure the terminals are clean, and reconnect the cables and tighten the bolts securely. That may resolve the problem at little or ...


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