have a 99 lumnia lose all power when you turn key on to engage starter, starter will click and then everything goes died

Asked by May 29, 2013 at 06:06 PM about the 1999 Chevrolet Lumina 4 Dr LS Sedan

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sounds like the battery is weak.

I agree with my brother, kbro---buy a good quality one from NAPA or Interstate...not walmart...please...a Union supplier if one is available...support your local mechanic by buying an interstate from him...and help the US Economy...also the cables must be free of corrosion, wirebrush all connection points...in case kbro did not insinuate this already.~

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the ticket is the push-off date identifiers on the top which identify the date that this creature received it's first charge....only designed to last ten years...at the most...hopefully we are not expecting grandpa to do all the heavy lifting here~

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