My Breeze no longer want to start even if I hook it up to a battery charger.

Asked by Sep 20, 2015 at 11:54 AM about the 2000 Plymouth Breeze 4 Dr STD Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Well yesterday I was helping my father change his rotors and brakes...Easy
enough. But then he mentioned that when he started the vehicle that it had
a delay. I started the vehicle and each time that i would turn the key it start
but for a second or two would struggle. Once it started it was fine...when I
drove it over 30 miles an hour it would make a loud noise similar to when
your bearings are going out but definitely a different sound. Almost like
something is grinding or hitting but runs fine. I started and stopped it
several times. Turned over with the same delay each time...We were just
going to ignore it since it ran fine and its just the "fishing car" but then this
morning when we planned to change the rotors and brakes it wouldn't turn
over at all and wont start even when hooked up to a battery.

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have the battery checked

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