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Okay, I live in Cali and it's been fairly cold over the past few weeks and my battery is dying over night because of the weather being so cold. I don't have a garage so it's just sittin out there in the cold. What can I do to alleviate this problem besides switching out batteries (because I have two)??:O :O :confused
 

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Charge the battery :)
Seriously, it shouldn't die of one cold night. If that's the case, check that you don't have some "dead" current (thus current even when switched off).
Otherwise replace the battery.

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Rufer
 

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it like barely gets the motor rotating
 

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try a battery tender...the TL's love them!
 

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I has the same issue, one cold night killed my battery also, i just swapped battery over to one of my others and placed it on my tender, run a load on old one, and now its fine again. Just gonna have to either swap batterys on cold ones, or run a tender on them nights.
 
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