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My car battery was left on lastnight the key was turned on in the car, and so the battery obviously was dead, it wouldnt crank. I didnt have jumper cables, but my cousin had this 2 in 1 battery charger thing that was also a air compressor, (on wheels) anyway so we plugged it up. And hooked it to the battery in my car and it acted weird it sparked a lil bit and i smelled something got burnt.
And now it says ABD and ESC
And now when i crank it, it says high coolent temperature stop and turn off engine. Can someone help me please
 

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When you jumped started the car. Did you hook up the battery up in the right polarity. If you didn’t, you might have fried something. Sorry, it Sounds like a trip to a Fiat dealership. If the car starts, and runs, you might stop by a auto supply store. They can hook up a code reader. Pull some codes, off the cars computer. See what’s wrong with your car.
 

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My car battery was left on lastnight the key was turned on in the car, and so the battery obviously was dead, it wouldnt crank. I didnt have jumper cables, but my cousin had this 2 in 1 battery charger thing that was also a air compressor, (on wheels) anyway so we plugged it up. And hooked it to the battery in my car and it acted weird it sparked a lil bit and i smelled something got burnt.
And now it says ABD and ESC
And now when i crank it, it says high coolent temperature stop and turn off engine. Can someone help me please
I've replaced the battery three times since I got my car in 2013, coolant temp high is always the first sign the battery is low. Take the cables off and give it a full charge or take it to a local Auto parts store and have then test it.
 
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