Do a voltage drop test to see whats going on when your trying to start it. Check amp draw during cranking also. Ive had dozens of bad NEW batteries fresh off the truck...which sucks working on Chryslers like Sebrings where theyre in the damn fender and you gotta take it back out lol. Test the battery anyway, and I dont just mean check if it has voltage you need to test CCA as it may be shorted plates. OR you could just have a seizing starter or one with a bad spot on the teeth where it binds in one spot, but starts out spinning great at another spot. Just my free $.02....good luck!
2004 A4 QSM GTO-Cold Air Inductions CAI -Hot Cam-Comp Magnum PRs and Comp trunion upgrade-otherwise stock-362hp/350tq
1967 Camaro--painted and rolling shell....for now
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