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You are probably aware of this, but unless you are driving it at least every 5 days or so to charge it, you may get weak or no starts. It happens with all autos: my Jeep Liberty sits sometimes for a week and even with a newish battery it will labor to start the vehicle when it's cold. There are electrical components that draw even when the car is idle and it seems our c900s are on the high end as far as electrical draw when sitting.
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