Slow cranking is occuring fairly regularly. The voltage showed 15.1 on the battery monitor. I have not changed the battery on my 16' since buying it in 2018.
Knock on wood but I have had my battery disconnected several times to do various things and have yet to need to unlock it. I don't recall if I reset the clock (assumedly so), and I've never used the radio presets because LS3.
I had it tested and the reading came up Crank : Fail, replaced it, turns over just fine now.My car is slow cranking too now that temps have dropped. Gave battery a full charge last week and it’s still noticeably slow. Original battery, car built Dec 2015, PDI’d March 2016. I think it’s time for a new one……….
You could keep a battery pack jump starter in your car, which isn't a bad idea regardless.Curious, i've had my battery in my car since new (2015) however, it sits under a car cover most of its life and on a charger / maintainer (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004LWVEKS/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1). No issues (and never had any) in cold cranking (even here in the NE where it's getting colder).
Thoughts on whether it's better to be safe than sorry and get a new battery? May seem like a stupid question but not sure how the Noco factors into the equation.
Thanks much and Happy Thanksgiving all~~~
Couldn’t agree with you more @iratollah. I never leave the house without this in the trunk whether it’s for me or someone else that maybe in a jam. This has been in the car for almost a year and still @ 97%.You could keep a battery pack jump starter in your car, which isn't a bad idea regardless.