my 2002 ford explorer was sitting for a month the battery was died .i jumped it which took some time but started i drove around for awhile .when back to park it turn it off now it will not start again

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Asked by Jan 26, 2014 at 06:14 AM about the 2002 Ford Explorer XLS 4WD

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plz help me.

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The battery is weak and needs a complete charge or replacement. Batteries last 3-6 years on avg. I would suggest you get a jump start again and drive right to a local auto parts store. They will inspect and check your battery free of charge. They can also determine if they can charge it back up or you need a replacement. Installation is free. HTH's.

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Your battery is to far gone for the alternator to charge. One thing good about the old time generators (pre-1970). They would charge a battery almost completely dead.

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