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Car is dead

Having to jump start my impala, now nothing happens when i turn the key. not sure if the cold weather killed the battery, but nothing happen when a jump is given. how do y9ou remove the battery if this is the problem?

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    Jason Robertson May 11, 2010

    is it not doing anything at all. no lights no nothing or are you getting lights but no starter?? also how old is the battery..

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Well to start with the car would start if hooked up to another for jumpstarting.....This is what you should do....First before hooking up cables turn on your headlights ,,probably they didnt turn on cause of dead battery...turn them off and hook up cables ,prior to trying to start, turn on lights again if still no lights which is what i predict means faulty connection either with cables or corroded or loose terminals attatched at battery...clean and tighten as necesary and repeat procedure....Good Luck

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