Originally Posted by sprieto21
I got a call from the mechanic so far they advised me that's it's on the starter or the battery but they want the car to do what it's been doing to me (not starting) but so far it's been starting good with them so hopefully I get good news later
That is a canned diagnosis from most dealers, as they would rather have you come in several times, sell you a battery, starter etc. than just replace the T.I.P.M. which WILL
solve the starting problems for good. Our dealer tried that tactic with me, and I did not fall for it. 2 TIPM's later, all is well now. Glad we bought the Max Care warranty.