You need a reliable mechanic/tech to take a look, it could be anything from a marginal alternator to corrosion to the battery, the ignition switch or even the starter itself.. Olden days of generators a loose fan belt or bad brushes were as often as not the problem. But with 3 years on the battery, likely little or no maintenance, it's the weak link... Find a good one, Interstate out here is tops in my book, swap it out, likely resolve it in no time... I just paid my mechanic a decent pot of dollars to catch my son's car up on neglected maintenance, after it got to spewing oil everywhere.. But it was worthwhile of my mechanic wouldn't have gone for it. I trust the guy that much.. A bit of a shock, but there's no way my son could afford it, we could, done deal.. Hopefully just the battery.. Good luck!weco
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