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1993 chrysler & it wont start it just clicks when key is turned

1993 chysler new yorker salon 3.3L it was working fine but i had to buy a new battery and accidently put negative on positive and positive on negative i tested the battery and it was completly dead so i returned the battery and then the car worked for about a day next problem i thouhgt it would be was the alternator so i checked it then went out and bought a new one it would then jump start but not keep the charge i tested all the wires going from the battery to the starter and to the alternator cuz i thought maybe one may have got burnt off but all the wiring turned out okay. could it be the voltage regulator? or for this car is that in the alternator itself?

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First of all check all your fuses, as you put the battery on wrong its possible you may have blown a few.

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