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1995 6cyl 3.3L Plymouth Voyager: Basic/No Frills model. Won't Start. Not a sound when key is turned. Started immediately with boost. Drove on highway for 30 minutes and around town for another 30, without turning off engine. Arrived home, shut off engine. Tried a restart. No go. Same as before. Not a sound when key is turned. No lights, inside or out, no radio. Before I replace the battery, is it just the battery, or something else, like the alternator? thanks for your help and advice on this.

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Possibly the battery is fried or the battery cable connections are corroded. First try removing the cables and clean the cables and battery terminals with a wire brush. Many auto parts stores will test the battery for free.

Posted on Sep 30, 2010

Testimonial: "Test of the 5yr old battery showed that it was basically done for. Shouldn't have left the van unused outside all winter. New battery - all good now."

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