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Honda civic won't start no crank

After driving nearly all day at highway speeds, dry conditions stopped to gas up; car would not start, no crank no clicking, nothing. Jump started. I don't know why it won't start without a jump start.

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Your battery is stone dead. Once started, the alternator keeps it running.

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