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You'll have to disconnect the battery to charge it anyway so you'll be no better off,if the battery is past it theres no point in charging it either to be honest.
Before you disconnect the battery make sure that the sidelights are switched on,this should prevent you frying the dashboard read out,apart from that then the windows and possibly the sunroof will need resetting if they have a one touch setting.The windows are easy to reset,just press the button repeatedly until it's fully down,hold the button down for a few seconds,then repeatedly press the switch to get the window up and again hold the button up.The one touch facility will once again work as the window will have relearnt it's parameters.
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2004 Saab 9-5 HOT Aero and a 2001 Audi A3 1.8 Turbo