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You may not have needed a new battery, the problem may be caused by corroded connectors, particularly the battery-related cables at the terminating (other) ends.
Remove the negative battery clamp first when working on electrical items.
Locate the other ends of the heavy cables coming from the battery and clean them.
You didn't include make and model info so can't say if there is a separate stretch of cable between engine block and chassis.
Posted on Mar 29, 2015
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