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My car will not start

The guages are moving up and down sparatically. The car will not turn over. The clock has been reset to 1:00. The lights come on for 1 or 2 seconds and then fade away.

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CHECK THE BATERY CONECTIONS, IS THE BATERY DEAD? IF IT IS STILL SIDE POST REPLACE THE SIDE TERMINAL BOLT BECAUSE THEY CAN BECOME DEPOLORIZED

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