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Clean battery terminals with a stiff toothbrush, plus the new battery. If no change! charge circuits need to be checked for output voltage, if okay! new battery is defective, If no! the charge circuits in the motherboard are the issue "very rare"
No, it should immediately start if you have the battery connected properly. Are you sure this new battery is fully charged? It may just need charging. If the battery is fully charged and connected tightly then you have another problem.
The only time I can think of when such a problem would occur is when the battery is completely knackered, in which case, you'll need a new battery. There are instructions for the replacement of batteries in the manual, so all you'll need is a new battery.
Something is draining the battery most likly a short somewhere in the electrical system. You will need to have it looked at by the garage to find the short A temporary or cheaper solution may be to disconnect the battery when not using the car. You can either fit a switch inside the car or physically disconnect it at the battery.
I purchased a new battery with the tools to replace the old battery. It is a piece of cake. I think I paid $ 15 for the battery/tools and that was shipped to my home. If you're still in need of help. Let me know.