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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Batteries that go flat is related to Charging Systems that don't Charge or Batteries that can't hold Charge.The clicking is not enough voltage to yur starter.Have someone Jump Start or Tow to Service Station they will use instruments to check status of charging system, battery.A loose belt can cause insufient charge.Good Luck
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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Your battery might have a bad connection. You need to check all the wires and terminals, make sure they are clean and the wires are ok. Have you noticed your dash lights going dim when you drive it? If so, it could be your alternator.
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