Question about 2006 Toyota Corolla
Battery is likely dead. Check alternator for charge current. Suspect alternator has failed. If you have a voltmeter, check voltage at battery after jumpstart and removing jumper cables (I'm assuming the engine will run for at least a few seconds). Voltage should be at least 14 vdc. If not replace alternator. If you don't have a voltmeter, you can remove the alternator and take it to the parts store to be checked. Any more questions, please reply.
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