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I left the key on and the battery charging now my 1993 jaguar wont start

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  • kflojo Jul 23, 2009

    fyi, thanks guys for ur help. after getting a full charge on my battery it turned over again but there was also a problem with my fuel pump not allowing fuel to constantly flow which could be fixed and not replaced.

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Leaving the key on will drain the battery, charge the battery up with the battery terminals disconected.

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