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Car won't start. turns over but stalls.

With hood open u hear a clicking sound when u try to turn it over

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  • Chuck May 11, 2010

    battery is dead possibly alternator died

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Your battery is dead.

Jump start the vehicle, remove jumper cables and see if the battery will charge... if battery does not charge then either battery is bad or alternator is not charging the battery.

Check for corroded and/or loose connections.

Also, after the vehicle starts, look for interior lamps or other power consuming equipment that may have inadvertently left on, causing the power to be drained from your battery.

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