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Old 04-30-2009, 02:39 PM   #1
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My 99 Turbo Jump-Starting my 9-5 Aero.

I took my 9-5 Aero to the car wash, and drove it home afterwards. The light switch got moved to parking lights, which as you know, stay on even with the key removed. I did not notice this, and discovered that the car would not start the next morning.

So, 99 Turbo to the rescue:

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Old 05-02-2009, 10:05 PM   #2
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jump it , nothing bad will hapend
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I think he did jump it, hence the picture of it jumping it

Long jumper cables btw
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Was there fire?


All of the ingredients for fire were in that picture.
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Was there fire?


All of the ingredients for fire were in that picture.
Realistically, all you need for fire potential is the 99t

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Ya, the 9-5 is the icing on the fire cake.
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There was no fire. Although when people tell you that a 99 Turbo runs hot, it's really F-ing true.

I would have preferred that the 9-5 died on the other side of the garage, so the battery would have been more accessible. Alas, you have to jump start the dead car you have, not the dead car you wish you had.
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