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2006 town and country wont start

Started and drove for half a block then it stalled and wouldnt turn over battery appears to be good. maybe the starter or alternator not sure. any ideas

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Check first the battery terminals, try to wiggle them and see if that helps. Also, see if any other electrical item works, such as windows, power locks, lights.

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