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There is no power to start my 2006 mustang

I believe one of the doors was left open for a while draining the battery. I have charged the battery, and still no power to turn on the interior lights when I open the door. It seems like there is absolutely no electrical power at all. What is the problem?

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Easy to fix! you have to put it in drive and have a friend help you push in reverse for about 1/2 mile and it will recharge the hidden capacitors in the onboard computer. If they completely discharge like yours has just recharging the battery alone won't work.
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