Car Help, Battery, Alternator, or Starter?
When batteries are old, they can develop internal leaks that can drain then overnight. Or sulfation that makes for a high resistance so a big load like a starter can't turn. When they get so a dome light drains them overnight, that is the usual cause. Or, the charging system can't overcome the resistance.They can get intermittent, too. Try clobbering it near the plus and minus posts with a rawhide hammer. This often fixes intermittent.Has your battery ever ben changed? I usually give cheap batts 3 years, your car is 5 years old . Bench charge the battery overnight, jump it, and taking it to Checkers orf the 'Zone for a free diagnostic. check water in batt if not sealed. Use only distilled H2O, 91 cents at a grocer. Make sure connections clean and tight, at alternator, too, and grounds from engine to body and ground at alternator.