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Q: Battery keeps dying

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My battery keeps dying, requiring a jumpstart.

A: Hello! It is a high possibility that it ke...

Hello! It is a high possibility that it keeps dying because the battery is not holding a charge or the battery is not receiving a charge. I recommend testing the battery, alternator and starter. Our company provides on site vehicle inspection of the starting and charging systems if desired.

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