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Is is the battery or do I have more of a problem?

Problem with starting the car. I cleaned the terminals in the battery, but it still hesitates. Just started approx. 55,000 miles...

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Check the voltage across the Battery if it is less than Rated voltage it defective get it replaced if its under warranty or get a new one , if the battery is fine the start unit may be defective get it serviced.

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