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Author Subject: Stood for a while...

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Location: Lisburn

Registered: 30 Jan 2006

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Post #1
Well the rallye has been sitting for a bit in the driveway and I went to start i t the other day to find the battery was dead. So, Trickle charger on and after an overnight charge I went to start it again.

There seems to been some (minimal) power in it but it wont even think about starting. Also I can hear what seems to be the central locking system clicking an buzzing as soon as the key is turned. Im suspecting that this is probably what killed the battery in the first place but any help with this wouls be great.

cheers again.


Slowly but surely edging back to the rallye.
Posted 11th Sep 2009 at 18:51


Location: Kirkcaldy

Registered: 01 Apr 2007

Posts: 161

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Post #2
maybe the battery is knackered? try juping it if you can
Posted 12th Sep 2009 at 02:15

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