Tried to get the battery out tonight as the car wouldnt start. When i turned the key nothing at all happened no light no clicking ..0. I then tried to jump it and would get lights and clicking while the good battery was clamped on. As soon as the cables were taken off I had no juice. Let me tell you the battery mount in this thing was clearly not designed for easy maintenance. I spent 2 hours wrenching and prying trying to get parts loose and out of the way to even get to the battery. The battery is a side mount underneath the washer fluid tank / fuse box and mounted onto another structure im not aware of. When i finally got to the part where i unhook the clamps on the + and - I was simply sizing my wrench and the side mount holding the + clamp broke off. Thats when i decided I had enough. What should i do?
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Sounds like an antitheft problem I would start with the antitheft system. Usually when you only have one key all keys have to be programmed together even the original. When you have more than one it is easy to program additional keys.