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Old 01-20-2013, 01:00 PM
Gallant0 Gallant0 is offline
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Originally Posted by 769034 View Post
I experienced the same situation 3 weeks ago at the airport. I was lucky that a person had a set of jumper cables with him. Managed to get started after a jump, but did not charge battery at all on way home. Went to Lordco, replaced battery and voila, all is good. A load check on old battery revealed a screwed battery. Not bad though given that the replaced battery was 10 years old.
Do you have any idea what the voltage was reading when you had to jump it?

I will likely replace the battery tomorrow anyways, but I am curious.
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