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Old 11-20-2012, 11:15 AM   #1
TRGRENIER
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Learned the values of tight battery terminals!

So living in northern Canada you can imagine its gets a little cold out in the morning, well I went to work this morning all is good until I turned the car off and proceeded to try to get out. My door handles disingauged so I went to hit the unlock button...nothing, car locked me in!! Haha, so after 20 min of no power what so ever I finally determined one of my battery terminals was loose. To shorten the story I had to jump around in my back seat to shake the car until my interior lights came back on and I can use the central locking.

So to all, tighten your battery terminals lol!
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