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This warning usually relates to your vehicle charging or alternator system, your systems will need to be checked asap as when there is a charging fault, the battery voltage will drop causing the car to cut out and not start.

Yes it can, especially on a cold winter’s morning, the colder conditions add extra strain on your battery which can cause it to fail.

There are many different types of starting faults, the best solution is to get the vehicle towed into the shop while the fault is occurring as in some instances the fault could be intermittent.

Depending on the age of the battery we can charge your battery and test it. Then we can do multiple tests to your vehicle to diagnose the reason why the battery went flat.

NO… It is recommended that you replace it with the same rated amperage fuse, using a higher amperage fuse can cause wiring harnesses to melt or damage components.

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