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I was in my car on my break playing the new need for speed for about an hour like I ususally do everyother night. On my way home tonight from work I started having problems with idle going to low. So, I kept on driving home and came to a red light and my car died. I turned the car back on and went on. Came to the next redlight and my car died again, then again, and again. I made it home but am sure am going to go outside in the morning and my car is not going to start. Any ideas what could be my problem?:ermm: The car has been running very strong and great on gas. I just bought new spark plugs 2 days ago and gapped them at 35. Is that right for the betaII?? I have not used the nitrous for about 2 weeks now.

Thanks

Ben

[Edited by Accent95 on Jan 5, 2006 8:36 PM]
 

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i think it is your battry need to be change or put your battry on the chager over night and see
 

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if its not your battery make sure its not the belt ... make sure it isnt missing !! then check the alternator
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Ok everything seems to be ok now. I got up this morning for work and went to start my car it started right up. Drove just fine all day. Boy am I happy. So, I guess it was just the battery needing to be charged. Thanks.
 

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what's odd is that the car shouldn't stall on you because of the dead battery,
i mean when you start the car and it's idlin on the intersection, the alternator should provide the electricity while charging the battery...

weird.............

BTW:Ben, how close doe's silver01accent live to you?
I'm was hoping to buy his splash guards' but i didn't have time back then but i do now.
 

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It's not your battery.. The engine will run with out it once it's running.. Voltage does not come from the battery once the alternator takes over.. You have a problem that only happens once in a while.. Could be alot of things.. Would be a good idea to have the car checked out before something goes wrong again.
 

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Hes right... The battery wouldnt of done that....

[Edited by omgbossis21 on Jan 9, 2006 6:03 PM]
 

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yeah, if it died because the battery was dead, how would the battery start the car again.

Could have been moisture, or who knows.

Good luck
 
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