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I installed a new starter and it won't crank or start

When it happen I started my car to warm it up in the morning. Then I herd a noise and the car died. I thought it was the starter. But it still won't start.

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I'm not a car expert but sounds electrical to me. The battery could be dead or the alternator could be bad. Maybe check with a multimeter to see if there is a short somewhere. Just be careful don't shock your self.

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