this morning my car wouldn't start, jumped it off it started for 2 min then died. I jumped it again then left it running for 30 min figured it was safe to turn it off. it didn't start

Asked by Oct 21, 2014 at 12:57 PM about the 1999 Dodge Neon 2 Dr Sport Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Its a 1999 dodge neon, has 160, 000 miles.

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Bad battery,and all so have the alternator checked.

Thank you, my papaw said the same thing. Gonna get it checked asap

battery may be fine. you only let it run for 30 min and you probably didnt drive it so it may not have charged. your alternator couldnt do anything to charge the batteries if it is bad so dont rule out the batteries just yet. first test your alternator or simply use a multimeter to check the output of the alternator while its running and if it isnt putting out at least 12v and not over 14v

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