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While i was driving my 2003 altima the battery light came on and then the car totally died on me. The isnt receiving any power at all, nothing lights up either

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It sounds like your alternator died. Before taking it to the shop, verify that the cables on the battery are tight and free of corrosion. It could simply be a bad connection to the battery.

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