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If your battery is dead, you can try giving it a jump from another car and see if that helps. If it has been fully discharged for a while, then you probably need to get a new battery since the one you have will no longer be able to hold a charge. If you can get the car started with a jump, let it run for about 15 minutes to try to charge the battery. If it still will not work on its own after you try this, then you will need a new one. If the battery is relatively new and has been rendered useless by being drained, take your car to a Sears Auto Center and have them check your electrical system. They have a cool machine that checks your entire system for an electric drain and helps them tell you how to fix the problem. They can also check your battery there, to make sure it can hold a charge, and charge it for you if it is ok.
Posted on May 28, 2011
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