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I have no power to my car even when i try to jump it

I replaced the battery about 1 month ago then my heater, windows and turn signals stopped working. i went to start it a couple days ago and nothing tryed to jump it still nothing anybody have any suggestions ?

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  • greenwithnv9 Jul 20, 2009

    the thing is it ran for that month before it did it again.

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You may have left a important wire off the battery,or ground

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