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1996 NISSAN ALTIMA, CAR DIED WILE DRIVING, BATTERY TERMINAL HALF MELTED, WONT JUMP START, EVER AFTER REPLACING TERMINAL

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Well if the battery was half melted off,, then it must have been sparking,,, witch meens the cars cpu took a lot of power surges,, my gess is its finaly packed up on you, get the cpu sorted out and it will go again

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