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1993 Toyota Camry SE V6

Car can be boosted off with cables runs for a few feet and stops.Mostly clicks like the battery is dead

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Sounds like a very bad battery. Possibly alternator not charging either.

A parts store (Advance or one like it) can give a check-up for battery and alternator too, if you can get there.

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