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Hello All - I'm hoping someone here can give me a few ideas. My 92 toyota celica st has sit for about 5 days - for the last 3 days the temp outside has been in the single digits. Went to go start today and it really cranks hard like it wants to start and almost did a few times but never did. I started wearing the battery down so I stopped any ideas?? It was running great when I parked it 5 days ago. PLEASE ANY HELP WOULD BE GREAT>>

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You can try this.
Turn on the key and listen for the fuel pump to prime.
It will sound like a gentle hum. when it stops, turn the key off. wait a few seconds and do it again. Do this three or four times, but don't try to start it. after the third or fourth time you turn it off, try to start it. It may not be priming the fuel injectors fast enough.

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When winter comes it affects alot of batterys,especially when a vehicle just sits for days and its cold everything freezes so its a little harder to start with every thing cold and a drained/frozen battery give it a jump drive it for a day and youll be fine, if you know your not going to use the vehicle much, start it once a day for a minute, its not good for cars to just si,t gaskets dry out and cause leaks later 2

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