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Battery charging when putting battery on a charger or jumper cables the horn beeps over and over like an alarm

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Before you jump, put key in the ignition and turn to on (not start).

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With the battery connected to a jumper, try locking and unlocking the driver's door with the key. If that works, make sure the battery gets charged before you unhook the jumper cables to keep the computer memory alive.

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