Subj: Re: Dead
Date: 8/24/00 8:10:49 PM Pacific Daylight Time
Also, had another friend whose battery went dead last Thursday.
> In a message dated 8/23/00 10:11:57 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
> << From: email@example.com (Janet Whipple)
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> FYI, last Friday, the 18th, we had a car mysteriously 'die' due to an
> suddenly dead battery. >>
> What's your area?
Date: 8/23/00 10:11:57 PM Pacific Daylight Time
FYI, last Friday, the 18th, we had a car mysteriously 'die' due to an apparent
suddenly dead battery.
Subj: Kent -
Date: 8/23/00 7:48:43 AM Pacific Daylight Time
I check your ORBIT pages regularly and find them full of interesting stuff. I noticed today that you had an editor's note about dead car batteries lately. I would like to add my story to that info.
My 1999 Chevy Blazer had its battery go dead the other day. I had to replace it. 18000 miles on this vehicle. My daughter's 1995 Camaro needed a battery the week before, a co-worker's 1999 GMC Jimmy needed a new battery a week later, and then a girlfriend's 1999 Cavalier needed a new battery 2 weeks later. I just find it odd that so many batteries go dead at the same time. Must have something to do with all the weirdness going on with pulse weapons, EMF, microwave, etc.
Just passing this info along. Thanks for the great site!
Date: 8/27/00 5:26:07 PM Pacific Daylight Time
Aug. 24th my car battery "died" after one attempt to start the car.The starter engaged fine but evidently I had not allowed the fuel pump to fill the float bowl long enough so the engine did not turn over. I never crank the starter more than a second or two so I turned it off and tried again. NOTHING! A friend at work said her car battery went dead on the 25th, the very next day.We live in the Owasso and Collinsville area of Northeastern Oklahoma.