Q: Car not wanting to stay started

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I have not driven this car for the last three to four months. The battery had died, so I jumpstarted it. While I was driving, I was unable to accelerated the car seemed like it wanted to stall. I kept it running for about an hour in the hope the battery would recover, but the engine stopped.

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