The key turns in the ignition and nothing happens. Welcome to the hassles of a dead battery. Old batteries do slowly die, but new ones should not have any troubles. What can cause a newer battery to die out? The temperature, both hot and cold extremes, may cause severe troubles.

During the winter, cold weather hampers the power capacity of a battery. So, when the weakened battery has to power the starter and various accessories, it can't. There's not enough electricity and the battery dies.

In the summer, extreme heat alone can harm a battery. Overcharging also becomes an issue in the summer, and overcharging can destroy a battery. Also, the older a battery is, the more likely it is to suffer harm in extreme weather.

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