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After sitting for a couple of months while we slipped the new bullit in, I thought I would connect the battery and test the starter for engagement. Well, just like every other thing I touched today, it was so dead it would not even take a charge.

I must admit, it was on its way out before we began. It is used in the worst possible way, sits for long periods of time, then is not driven enough when I do start it to make a difference. Looks like a trip to Wal-Mart tomorrow.



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You could get yourself one of those small, low current and inexpensive battery chargers. Then keep it plugged in all the time.
 
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