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Your battery is dead. Try jump starting and run the car for about 20 minutes (going for a drive would be best). Turn the lights on - if they dim over time or the car sputters after awhile, your alternator is the actual problem (the device that charges your battery). If the car runs well for the 20 mins but won't start again (clicking), then you'll need to replace the battery.

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