Problem with car

Asked by May 10, 2018 at 02:42 AM about the 1991 Honda Accord

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My boyfriend wanted to use my Honda battery to
start his infinity car. After he used my battery and I
put the battery back in my car my car wouldn't turn
on but the head lights, car radio etc worked.
I've never had any problems with my car before
hand, I mean none at all until I took my battery out
for his car. Someonee hit the starter & the car
came on. The next day my wouldn't start, again the
lights and radio worked. I tried jumping my car and
it didn't work. I he to turn the ignition while my
neighbor hit the starter and it came on. Later that
day I charged my car battery and my car wouldn't
start until I hit the starter & it came on. My car has
been running great for about a week, now when I
turn on my car it starts as if it's going to die soon, it  
stuggles to start up, very slowly. But I haven't had
any problems with my car before he took out my
car battery. What could be the problem??

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