Question about Volkswagen Jetta
Battery can be so dead that it won't take a jump. If it is the original 5 year old battery, you would be well advised to scrap the battery. If it is newer than 5 years old, charge battery on a battery charger for enough time to properly charge it. Then test it. Still dead? Scrap battery.
That's all I can offer you as you don't say why you think you have a dead battery.
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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