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I have a 2004 vlokswagon jetta i bought 2 months ago and now it wont start and lights wont come on everything on it seems to be malfunctioning when it does start ane you roll windows down it dies the alarm goes off randomly

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I guess the battery doesn have enough power to start all the units u mentioned.....u have the problem with ur battery.......thats it!!!!!

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