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1997 Saab 900 - ignition wont turn over

If you leave boot open overnight (engine switched off, of course, does it affect the battery- Im thinking battery is dead?)

PS: Petrol is quite low at the moment

Manytahnks, Jann

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No it wouldnt affect the car..you may just have a weak battery and in need of a new one.

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