Nissan murano won't start when it's cold


Asked by Jan 30, 2014 at 05:09 PM about the 2009 Nissan Murano LE AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I just purchased my nissan murano
2009 in May 2013 and now in
January 2014 I'm having issues with
my car not starting when its cold and
I have to get a boost. Is this normal
or is my battery no good? The lights
turn on and everything but car won't
start. Would this be covered under
my warranty? Thanks

1 Answer

Karl Johnson

Unfortunately it is near impossible to accurately diagnose a car over the internet with consistent accuracy. My gut, however, says it probably is the battery. Many large auto parts stores have technology that allows them to test the battery at their store and many will provide this service for free. I would recommend calling local auto parts stores and inquiring about this. You wont pay much more over anywhere else for your car battery at an average autoparts store so you can also purchase a new one while youre there.

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