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The battery ran down to an open door. I got a jump , after the car was started it wouldn't accelerate or increase rpm.

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YOU NEED TO CHARGE BATTERY BACK FULLY USING A BATTERY CHARGER.STILL TO WEAK TO RUN CAR.

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