Asked in Cars & VehiclesCar Starting ProblemsCar Batteries
Your car will not start in the morning won't even crank but starts fine in the afternoon The battery always reads about 12-125 in the morning and 125-126 in the afternoons Any answers?
October 20, 2005 11:28PM
There could be oil in the solenoid which is too thick in the morning but once it warms up later in the day the oil is thin enough to allow the solenoid to make contact and turn the starter. Is the solenoid clicking when you try to start it? It could also be a bad battery connection but it doesn't sound like it.