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Shut down, no electrical respond at all

I try to turn on the car, no cranking or electricity on dash, light or any thing in the car totally off. The battry was working fin till last minit !!!!!!!

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Make sure all the cables are connected to the battery correctly. Also make sure that their is not corrosion around the battery posts.

Posted on Oct 09, 2008

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