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Old 06-03-14, 08:34 AM   #1
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Default Wrench on positive , car won't start

I have a Peugeot 106 diesel s reg,my car was running while was charging a different dead battery with cables from it, for about 15 mins. I disconnected the cables, then stupidly tried to take the gd battery out of my car while the car was still on. I only got a far as putting the wrench to the positive to undo it and the car cut off, now the car will not start, I have push started it twice but it cuts off as soon as I stop,but the battery isn't dying or even draining a little, people have suggested charging it anyway so,I bought a battery charger and fully charged it and checked as many fuses as I could find, the car sounds fine while it's trying to start, but it just won't , a couple of people has mentioned a fusible link but I don't even know if it has 1 , any help would be appreciated
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