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I drive an 81 plymouth horizon in the winter. It has a 4 cylinder engine and when i went to start it last night it was turning over very slow and eventually stopped turning over all together. What the hell?? Any help is appreciated.
 

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Charge the battery, it probably got too cold. Whare do you live?
 

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most likely the battery but thats not it then i would say starter
 
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i live in canada so it does get cold but i dont think it has to do with that...i think that there is a draw to the battery which causes it to drain really fast.....just gotta find where it is :confused:
 

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Originally posted by smoovemonte@Dec 22 2003, 05:17 PM
i live in canada so it does get cold but i dont think it has to do with that...i think that there is a draw to the battery which causes it to drain really fast.....just gotta find where it is :confused:
sometimes the clock on the radio can run it low but not real fast
 

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id look at the battery first if it keeps happening id get both the starter and alternator checked out, check to see if the interrior lights or even the light n the glove box stay on, i drove an 89 reliant as a winter beater, there easy to werk on n parts are everywhere for em but there bitches to deal wit,
 
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