Originally Posted by brettallen
its not the battery all electric devices work properly and the starter is only a few months old,
Just because you have a radio, headlights, dome lights, power to devices, it doesn't mean it's still not your battery.
The battery's biggest job is to crank that engine over.....that takes decent cold cranking amps (CCA's). I know the temperatures up there near the Sound have gone down and you're enjoying some snow right now, it's not out of line to suspect the battery being the culprit. When a battery's temp is super cold or super hot, they require higher CCA's to sufficiently crank the engine. People say winter kills batteries, but that's not the case....cold weather brings out low powered batteries. Hot weather too.
Have you hooked a good jump-box to it yet? Or even a second car with jumper cables yet? Or you could pull the battery and load test it.