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When I go to start my 93 Bonneville it loses all power and sometimes wont even crank, just click. I can jump it and once started it runs fine at 14 volts. I've changed the starter, alternator,negative cable and battery. Even if i drive for an hour and shut it off and immediatly try to start it it drains down. What can i do?

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