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My car (2005 Grand Am) was working fine I turned it off ran into the house for 5 minutes and now it does not start now. 1. Got it jumped would not turn over, however the power (lights, radio, horn, interior lights, and locks work) 2. Once unhooked from the other car power drained and some things stopped working again. What could be wrong with my car and does the fact that I have a remote start matter?

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Check your battery cable connections to make sure they are clean and tight. Is it the original battery? If so, it is time to replace it. Pull it out and bring it to a parts store for a free check of it's condition. The remote starter could possibly be a problem, but check out the battery 1st.

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