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Turn the key over and hear a click click click like it wants to turn over but dont

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The battery connections are dirty or your battery is dead. try taking connections loose and clean them . reattach them make sure they are tight and try. if it still clicks. take your battery out and take it to auto zone and they can test your battery and see if its good or not. hope this helps

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