Question about 2007 Dodge Nitro SLT
I have to boost it to get it to start. I killed 2 battery's last year because of this. I don't think its a battery problem cause I get good winter battery's. no I do not plug my nitro in because I cant.
I don't think you killed batteries by jumping it off. When the battery is fully charged, disconnect the battery cables and let it set as you would when you have problems starting it. If there is no difference when you try to start the car, its your battery. Be aware, that just because you have a new expensive battery does not guarantee it isn't bad. The difference in many instances of a 24 month battery and a 36 month battery is the cost and the label. They 36 month cost more to cover the number of batteries that are warranted and internally there is very little difference.
Posted on May 01, 2016
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