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I TRIED STARTING MY JEEP AFTER IT HAD BEEN SITTING A WHILE. INSTEAD PF STARTING IT MAKES A FAST CLICKING NOISE AND THE ALARM GOES OFF. WHAT DO I DO?

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Sonds like battery is down, try to jump start it or try to charge the battery, if its still doing the same thing then you need a new battery

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Sounds like the battery is down.You can jump it off and let it charge back up.Your car alarm is knocking it down when it sits too long also your battery is probably weak.loadtest for free at any Autozone

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