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Need to check Battery test indicator to determine if we need to Jump-start battery. On a Chrysler 2004 300M, where is the battery test indicator?

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What is the issue

Only Delco Batteries have an indictor eye,
that I'm aware of

That won't have anything at all to do with
jumping it

You use a volt meter

You don't do any testing or use a car that isn't at
12.5 Volts or more

That is your key to when to charge it

You never jump a dead battery unless
you want to risk getting hurt

Posted on May 28, 2011

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