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Nothing electrical will work in the car after putting a new car battery in the car

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Does anything at all work? Horns etc? Never assume that a batter is fully charged or for that matter, any good just because it is new. You will need to verify the charge state of the battery. A reasonably inexpensive load tester can be purchased from a variety of places for under $20. It is a tool you can use all your life. Assuming you do not have one, remove the battery and have it tested. Autozone performs this service free. TJ.

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