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Whenever i start the engine i always used the battery jumper, i let it run for an hour and and when i turn off it wont start till used the battery jumper again what wrong pls advice

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As it seems you car runs after you have jumped it i suspect a new battery is needed or the leads from the battery including the earth needs cleaning and tightening

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