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Old 01-01-2008, 08:32 PM   #11
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Yes they will. Also the alternator. But the biggest culprit is indeed bad cables, terminals and/or dirty grounds. Clean everything with battery terminal cleaner, seal the clean connections with terminal spray (the red stuff) and clean up your grounds - even if they look good. Seal the clean rounds with a little Vaseline (it works). If you still have a problem with less than stellar voltage, add a couple grounds.
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