New battery and started, whats wrong now??

Asked by May 07, 2017 at 07:00 PM about the 2014 Dodge Journey Limited

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Car went in to the shop for external repairs which took 33 days. Got car back
and car wouldnt start, tried it again and the car worked. Days later it did the
same thing. Few days later it wouldnt start and had to be towed to the dealer
who stated it needed a battery and started (no warranty). Had another
mechanic replace the battery and started and car would not start up after I
had driven it all the way to MD and a few other places that day. Got a jump
by AAA and got home and parked it and it wouldnt restart. Had battery
replaced drove it around and parked and tried it cut it on again. Had auto
zone run a diagnostic and no codes came up but I the MIL light did come on
yesterday when It wouldnt start. Now the car is parked but wouldnt start at
first when I tried it again before getting out of the car. ANY IDEAS ARE

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Do you hear any "clanking" when turning the key when it wont start?

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