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I have a 1990 buick park avenue that won't turn over at all.

I hadn;t used it for a about 10 days. I got a boost, it went on easy but died again the following morning. I had the car serviced a week or two prior--full tune up, replaced motor mounts

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Remove and clean all three battery cables and replace bolts

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Check the battery's charge condition and the Charging System itself. If the battery is more than 4 years old replace it..

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