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Left radar detector on overnight and car wouldn't crank. Ran trickle charger (battery tender) all night now the car cranks fine but doesn't fire. I've fried flooring the gas while starting, and I have an ABS and E-SUS failure engine codes on my AP. Should I even bother trying a new battery? I don't really know how to go fuse hunting on an R35, and I don't know why any of them would be blown. Insurance will cover towing to a Nissan tech, what would you do? I should mention prior to this the car ran fine and I had no problems.
 

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I'd put the battery on a proper charger....trickle charger probably won't get the job done. If that doesn't work, try connecting a known good battery in parallel with the installed battery and see if it turns over and runs. If it won't run with the stock battery, but will run off 2 batteries in parallel, probably time for a fresh battery

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