car wont start until i put the battery charger on it then it starts it is a new battery...

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Asked by Dec 26, 2010 at 08:53 AM about the Toyota Corolla

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

car wont start some mornings put battery charger an it and then it starts battery is 6 mounths old tell me what it is

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I have a similar problem. I have 2003 corolla with about 140000 miles. When the weather becomes cold, it wont start I have to jump start it even though the battery is new. but for the same battery when weather is warm (anything above 34 F) then it will start. I have sent to 2 mechanics and even a toyota dealer and they seem not to know what is going on. Any advice will be very helpful

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