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On Hot days when I park in the sun , the car's

2008 Hyundai Accent On Hot days when I park in the sun , the car's battery will "die". This happened last summer when the car was less than a year old and it happened again this year (it is the same battery). The rest of the year it runs fine. Beside "park in the shade" is there anything else I can do?

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Replace the battery hyundai/kia use some pretty crappy batteries i am a kia / hyundai tech and have had to replace batteries when the cars have come off the truck i would buy an interstae or exide and you wont ahve the issue again

Posted on Aug 18, 2009

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