im selling my honda but battery wont jump or take a charge should i towe it or wat

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Asked by May 10, 2012 at 11:39 PM about the Honda Accord

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buy a new battery

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Agree

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ok

4,805

make sure you bring the old battery with you this way you don't have to pay a core charge. altogether it shouldn't be more than $120 and thats on the high side for a regular battery

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You might also want to look at the alternator, it may need to be replaced also.

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