Question about 2001 Volvo V70
This usually happens over long periods of time. to overcome the problem we take off the negative post, and the car will then start.
I once had a similar problem with a different make of car, which turned out to be one of the battery cells. It failed to hold the charge and would go flat easily when the temperature was colder in winter. If the battery is new and the disconnection supports this, then these cars have so many relay switches and solenoids that only an auto electrician can do it by trial and error to find the leakage......
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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