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I have a 2006 petrol model ford focus it has been idle for a month it wont start its completely dead i presume its the battery but i cannot find it any suggestions or solutions

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Most likely it is the battery,if you can slow charge the battery it may be alright if it wont hold its charge you will need to replace it.

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