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I would think that your most cost-effective option is to buy a battery charger (they're around £15-£20), and if the battery isn't a sealed one, some deionised water and a hygrometer - this should rush you around £25 all-in. you can then ensure your battery is at its best once charged up, and if the problem is cured - voila! If it isn't, then you know to investigate further. I had a problem with a non-sealed battery losing its charge - turns out there was a lack of water in the cells - topping it up & charging it has cured it.
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2005 FIAT Ducato 2.8JTD LWB Gran Volume, 2000 Kawasaki ZZR 1100 D7 'fullpower' in black + full GIVI & KAPPA luggage, 2007 MB R-Class 320 CDi Sport LWB uprated by Brabus to 300Bhp don't know if there's a 155mph limiter - will be fun finding out! 2004 Mercedes Vaneo 1.7 CDi Ambiente 7-seater