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Won't start...no clicking, buzzing...nothing

Thursday I parked my car. Then when I went to start it today, Saturday, it won't do a thing. The door locks won't work, lights, nothing. The battery was new last fall. Any ideas?

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  • Old car owne Sep 14, 2008

    I'll give it a try tomorrow. Thank you.

  • Anonymous Sep 16, 2008

    I had AAA jump start the car, took it in to the repair shop, they checked out the battery, alt.,and whatever else they check and it all came up good. Now today it won't start again. Absolutely dead. Help!

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Hello it sounds like batterey terminals need to be cleaned disconnect off batterey clean batterey terminals with a post cleaner cable terminals wire brush reinstall try to start check batterey for 12volts if not jump take it for a good ride or charge batterey goodluck

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