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Bigredmariner

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Well I listened to the radio in my 2006 Silverado the other night while I was working outside in my trailer. Ran the battery down and had to use my generator and battery charger to get her jumped off.

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So this morning I finally had a chance to go get a new AC-Delco battery from the dealership. $100 and I'm good to go. I stayed with AC-Delco because that old battery was the original 7 year old battery. :lol:

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Zembonez

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That should last a week or two!
 

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so you just drained the battery once and called it quits? If I did that I would have gone thru atleast 10+ batterys...damn lights :facepalm:
 

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No not really, the battery is 7 years old. I'm not gonna push my luck any longer and be stranded when it finally takes a shit.

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ok thought so. I dont blame you at all. I hate it when it takes a dump and gotta wait hours till help comes. thats why I like standard transmissions, flintstone starts FTW!
 

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:lolup: Man I remember those days back in school. Never had enough money to fix shit right, battery was low on the priority list.
 

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