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Can you slow charge another battery with the jump-starter?

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No the jump starter will not work

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SOURCE: battery seems dead starter turns slow or very slow after running

your car is overheating and is shutting itself oof to save the engine
check your waterpump-- thermostat-antifreeze

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Is your new battery fully charged? Maybe you need to go slow with a step-by-step process.

The most common cause of a non-starting car is the battery. It is either weak, (low voltage) dead, (zero voltage) or has bad connections. (corroded or loose) I will assume you have a fully charged battery with good connections. (both to battery and starter relay)
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