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Car won't start

Car will not start when the key is turned on, replaced battery which did not help, what else should I check?

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Does it make a clicking sound ? Or just ONE click and then nothing ? Many clicks is a low battery. One click with a good battery is the starter not engaging.
no clicks or noise at all means there is no current flowing through to the starter. Could be a solenoid or ignition switch.

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