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Purchased a new battery for 2003 Infiniti G35 6 weeks ago and went to get in my car tonight after not driving it for two days and now it won't start. What is going on?

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My 2003 Infiniti G35 recently started stalling out on me (on about 6 different occasions)...after waiting a few minutes I am able to restart it again and it seems to run fine, however all of my dashboard warning lights stay on. Today, after I got home, I went to get some things out of the trunk (my vehicle was not locked) and after I opened the trunk, the alarm began sounding off for no obvious reason. Any ideas on what may be going on?? I would certainly appreciate it.

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Sounds pretty simple. If your starter is not at fault. you may want to check the alternator. If the reason for the battery change originally was due to the battery dying then the alternator could be the culprit.

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