Cold Weather Battery Drain
For the second year in a row I have had trouble with the Battery in my 2012 Silverado 1500 which I drive for work. The first cold snap of the season and the battery completely dies and will not even start on a jump. Last year we replaced the battery but honestly they should last longer. Could there be something not right within the pickup itself?
Possible there is a drain in the system. Do you drive the truck often or does it sit a lot?
It gets driven alot during the spring, summer, and fall but sits alot during the winter.
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