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Car won't start- makes a ticking sound when turn key- radio keeps coming back on after turning it off

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It would appear that you have a low battery. You may need a jump start to get going. I would have the battery replaced and make sure your charging is working. When you get it jump started and it is running, check for a red battery light on your dash. If you don't see one, your charging system is OK and you just have a tired battery that needs to be replaced. You can also go through your display choices to the vehicle voltage reading. Make sure you have atlease 13.8 volts.

Hope this helps.

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