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    That's good news...not something major. Battery and connections is the first place too start for any electrical issue w this car and a lot of times its one of those that fixes the prob.
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    Yes, but nothing has been done that would require removing the battery cables, so I assume it was never tightened at the factory?

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    They couldve come loose. The clamps are a little funky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crazcnuk View Post
    Yes, but nothing has been done that would require removing the battery cables, so I assume it was never tightened at the factory?
    My conspiracy theory: My prior dealership was upset that I wouldn't pay to have them clean the battery terminals. They loosed them!

    But this seems to be an interesting issue, not sure if the terminals are just not tightened enough or we need to just keep checking them as part of a maintenance issue.
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    Tighten with locktite blue?

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