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I disconnected the battery on my 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor. When I tried to reconnect it, the horn alarm went off and on so I pushed the unlock button and it stopped. Now that the battery is replaced, and check for tight fittings, it will not start. There is just a little click when I try to start it. Help

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Make sure the connections are tight and secure at the battery.other than that u need to get the immobiliser programmed as it appears to be cutting the starter.incidentaly with most cars you are supposed to use a back up power supply when changing battery as computers on car can loose their memory including the immobilser.

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