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    RedNeck D.: Yes it will [start], providing your vehicle is plugged in for at least 2-3 hours. Day after day continuous starting in -35 & colder, the "Almighty Eliminator" will fail in a short period of time.

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    Gloria M.K.: Batteries from Canadian Tire SUCK!!!!! We've been through two in two years and they don't warranty them!! And we live in -30 weather!!


    Marnie S.: Mine didn't last a week


    RedNeck D.: My mum went to Can-Tire and had them install a new battery last winter in her Buick. Less than a week later she went shopping and then it wouldn't start. Had the car towed to Vickers where they tested the battery and found it to be faulty. They then replaced it with a new one AC Delco, haven't had a problem since. However, Can-Tire did not seem interested in refunding her money for the faulty battery, except to replace it with another battery. Only after me getting a hold of the service manager and reading him the proverbial riot act did they finally refund her money.

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    Frédérick M.: Well i dunno where you live but i encounter more of t'en temperature like -30C in my area than 80C so It's pointless to have advertise temperature like 80C

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    Rob C.: As I previously commented.. Freezing and heating a battery does nothing... Deep freeze a vehicle and then install your battery in it and see what happens

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    Rayma A.: i purchase a battery with 700 cold cranking amps...guess what canadian tire my car WON;T start this morning...t



    Rayma A.: i tried to contact customer service your site won't load for me....i contacted the local canadian tire..woodstock nb. they told me to bring the car in.....not sure if i can lift and carry the car that far..

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    Jasmine C.: 2 batteries from Canadian tire have let us down. C. T. Stinks


    Pascal T.C.: The engine of that truck is hotter than 80 degrees in the middle of winter after it's been running a while. ... ineffective demonstration

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    Prabath B.: Are u serious!!!! This commercial, is now supposed to make you buy this, cus it gets that hot in Canada. Ha!!!

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    Steve J.: They are junk, had to replace mine every year. Garbage battery.

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    Andrew A.: Unfortunately from a mechanics perspective i find that motomaster batteries are the worst for this(among other things). I would never put a motomaster in my vehicle unless i was in a bind. Just see far too many problems with batteries that are relatively new.

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    Artur W.: Got one last week and would not charge. Had to get one from my mechanic. Never again.

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