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Car does not start, all lights on when you turnn ignition key it does nothing, battery was replaced last friday. all fuses are good.

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  • jason_ford Jul 07, 2010

    yes all are good, wife was driving it, all was fine stopped at the store came out and nothing, she said it acted like it wanted to then nothing. it did click once, im thinking the alternator might be going bad. but not to sure on this car.

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Even the30, 40, or 60 amp fuses(usually under the hood)????

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