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Jumped started my car this morning and when i got to work and turnesd the car off it was as dead as when i jumped it

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If the starter has been kind of lazy a while before the jump it is guaranteed to be a defective battery, if so, replace the battery, if the problem started after the jump you might have fried the electronics (hopefully not $$$$) even then i would reccomend replacing the battery, either borrow one or buy one to see if it drains, if it does......

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