Alfa GT Flat battery
Hi Guys, my dad has a 2006 Alfa GT. It has been in storage for about 8 weeks and the battery has gone completely flat. I would like to jump start it and take it for a drive so it is ready to go for him when he returns from holiday. I'm not mechanically minded, I know how to jump start a car ok but am worried about damaging the ECU/Electronic ignition etc... am I likely to do any damage? is there anything I need to look out for? or should I just leave it and put the battery on a trickle charger or something?
I was thinking of jump starting it off my Mazda 3 MPS (also EFI/electronic ignition etc..)
Thanks in advance for any advice.