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Slow crank before starting(with a 6 month old battery)

I have a 2006 nissan armada.I noticed yesterday 09.04.09 that whenever I tried to start the vehicle it would hesitate before cranking normally, and then starts.The battery is 6 months old and it is a genuine nissan battery.This only happens when the car is parked for a while (20 minuites) or longer.If I park for a much shorter period I have no problem it cranks up just as it suppose to .

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  • alejos_ecarl May 11, 2010

    Have you tested the battery? Adid this happen before the battery replacement? Even if the battery is new it might not hold its charge as good. There are some lemons out there.

  • Samuel Charles Spriggs May 11, 2010

    I first suggest that you check (with a meter) the voltage across the two battery terminals immediately after the engine is turned off and then every 5 minutes during the 20 minute interval. This would give you 5 voltage readings. If you can get that data to me, we can take it from there. thanks... Charlie

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