May 6, 2019 6:07pm CST
In December our car wouldn’t start. We had a new battery put in. Yesterday car wouldn’t start, I am thinking it can’t be the battery again. Our mechanic came over gave the car a jump and suggest we go to the dealership. The car was taken to the dealership and the mechanic ran test, his conclusion for the car not starting is that it is not being used enough. That doesn’t sound right to me , we were not charged for the testing. I am afraid something else is wrong. Has any one experienced this?
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• Daytona Beach, Florida
I have no car but I took a look online. Perhaps this can give you some ideas.
In the Car Talk Communities, there's a question this week about a 2005 Mercedes-Benz C-Class that won't start, despite the battery being good. Before you go buying new batteries, altern