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2003 Nissan Altima battery problems.?

The car died while driving. Tried to jump it after dieying last a few minutes on and died again. So after turning off I tried to jump it again and the car didn't want to turn on. So I pushed it home gave it a tried and it didn't want to turn on. I tried to close the windows but the battery was really dead. So my question is what could it be.?

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Charge the battery with a charger. Next start car and hook volt meter accross battery terminals should have 14+ volts, if not alternator bad.

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