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Diodes do not reset them selfs,they blow,or connect a circuit both ways,instead of one way,if the alternator is bad replace it,then if it is the large wire on the alternator,it goes to a direct battery positive,hot all the time,like the battery,or the large cable going from the battery to the starter.
It could be numerous problems, the battery, alternator or starter, If its making a clicking sound its probably not the battery. But if its not making a sound at all then its more then likely the battery