ANSWERS: 4
  • Let it run for a few with the jumper cables hooked up so it can get a good charge.
  • I don't have any ideas but I have to say; what does one have to do with the other. I've had to be boosted a couple of times in the years and I never had a similar problem.
  • Sounds like an alternator problem to me
  • Electronic fuel injection may initially run rough after disconnecting the battery or in your case discharging the battery, but it usually makes the necessary adjustments to function properly after drive a little. However, your situation does sound like no charge is staying with the battery; so either the battery won't accept a charge or the alternator/regulator is not providing a charge. Check for corrosion on battery cables too.

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