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Drove to work this morning in my 2006 Chevy Cobalt LS with no problems. Listened to the radio without starting the car for 15 minutes while I fiddled with my blackberry - at one point, the radio led went dim, power windows slowed to a crawl, etc. The battery saver kicked on. Went to start the car, and "CHECK CHARGE SYS" appeared on my DIC. All I got was a clicking noise from the starter with nothing catching. About two hours later, still getting juice to the radio/windows, but now I don't even hear the starter clicking when I go to roll it over. Help!

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Battery needs to be charged and then tested at an auto parts store like auto zone. Most will/can do this for free.

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