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I have an Audi Q7 08/2006 model and I have had my battery dried down to 10% because somewhere it was consuming energy except my left parking light that I let on while parked and now even if I reloaded in slow charger the battery, the engine tries to start but it doesn't want to. Can you please help me because I am stuck here with the car

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    mike loshbough May 11, 2010

    has any one fixed the problem yet



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There is an issue with some of the batteries that were fitted, its not powerful enough and if vehicles are left it can result in non start, I recomend you speak to audi about this

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