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You need to charge your battery up more. Either get a battery charger or leave the jumper cables hooked up for a longer period of time. Your battery was probably completely dead. You might even need a new battery...they really don't like to be completely drained.
if u unplug your battery for acouple hours it will reset youre ecu/cpu. (everything) does it turn over? or absolutly nothing? if nothing sometimes ur battery loses so many electrolytes it can't retain a charge therefore jumping won't help. new battery first step! local junkyards probably have a good battery for $20. Let me know if this helps.
How long did it sit? To long can cause rusting and corrosion on the Negetive and positive connections on your car also check your battery for a charge. Whats happened is one of two things, Not enough power to starter or bad ground in system. Clean all of the grounding points and put a good battery in it
Try jumpstarting from another car. You probably did not get the battery fully charged before you tried it. Also, check to see if the cables are connected tightly and if they are corroded, clean them before doing anything else. When you jump start, make sure the cables go on the correct terminals at both ends. Make the last connection to the ground on the bug (- wire)
hi if its not been started for five years and it is trying to start but just won,t keep running get someone to tow you and jump start it because i suspect the compressions will be low due to a build up of damp carbon valves sticking all in all the seats on the head and valve will not be seating so if you persisist with the jump start it forces the valves onto the seats and will clear the debrie if it still won,t go check your compressions yates210456