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I changed the battery in my 2000 Mazda 626 and now the car won't turn over. The lights start to flash but it won't start. What do I do?

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Did you replace it yourself? Did you get a new or used battery? Assuming a new battery, remove the cables from the battery and submerge the actual battery cable connectors in a solution of about 8 oz. water and a heaping tablespoon of baking soda. You will see some foaming a n bubbling. This is a good thing. After 3-5 minutes remove the cables and dry them well. If you have sandpaper, sand the inside of the cable connectors (Where the connectors actually contact the battery posts). Put cables back on the battery and tighten the bolt on the connector tight. you should not be able to wiggle the connector if tightened correctly. Good luck... hope this helps..

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