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Was turning over, now won't at all... =(

My car has been sitting for 3 months. I replaced the battery today and filled it with gas. The car started once and cut off, continued turning over, and now it isn't turning over at all, just clicking. Is it the starter? And if it is, about how much would it be to replace it and where could I get another one?

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Charge or replace battery and try again

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