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My 2004 Pontiac Sunfire...

Won't start... in fact none of the lights will come on or anything. I tried starting it like 3 days ago and no the gas, fuel and temperature gauges are still moving or more like clicking or ticking WAY below where the are normally at... please help! what could this be?


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Sounds like a dead battery i would have it check and your alternator

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