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Old 01-16-2003, 05:04 PM
NormanB NormanB is offline
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Join Date: Oct 2002
Location: Portsmouth UK
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I would endorse the diagnosis and advice given above.
It may be that your battery is on its last legs - cold weather is hard on batteries and exposes the weak.

A convenient battery conditioner is what you need (no need to open bonnet etc) - here is a link to the UK site that markets such a product , I feel sure there must be a supplier in your neck of the woods. It will still be useful even when you have a new battery and do 12 mile trips in ccccold weather!!!

Good luck
230 TE (W124) 1989 with 153,000 miles on the clock - hoping for at least another 100K
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