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My 2007 Milan won't start in cold weather.

I have had my battery checked and am told it is good, that I just don't drive my car enough to charge the battery, but when it is cold, I have to jump the battery to get it started.

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Sounds like nonsense to me

Everyone drives a vehicle a couple days a week

If the battery is over 5 years old it may be bad

When you say you had it checked- we need technical
details of how it was tested & it's age

Was the alternator tested & again how?

If you haven't had anything tested in over a year,
you can expect things to not work as they should

Obviously your issues are somewhat weather or temp
related,so a fresh start & a different shop that knows why
your there & what you expect resolved is what is needed

Posted on Jan 16, 2013

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If its cranking and wont start it could be alot of things.
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you need 2 get your battery tested any auto sparky will do it they can also check your starter only takes bout 5 mins

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there can be electrical issues like lose wiring..check all the wiring.. there are not many reasons because of which a battery drains out..

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