Question about 2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse
My car won't start in the winter if sitting for 2-4 days.
I don't use my car every day but in the winter I need to give it a ride every second/third day otherwise the car won't start and need a boost.
A new battery was put in last year (February) everything went fine for the rest of the winter. This year I decided not to activate the remote starter...just in case. This January the car sat for 3 days and would turn slowly then die. I got a boost and went to the dealer. They can't find anything wrong. Tested all circuits clean and tightened battery connections.
Would appreciate any help. Thanks.
Try using a fuel treatment. Sometimes water builds up in the lines and makes it hard for the car to start cuz you can't combust something thats frozen... I'd recommend Lucas Fuel Treatment... either that, or maybe new spark plugs, though if the dealer thought they were fine, I don't think that's the case.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
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