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Car battery my car battery failed so i replace it with another one,the same problems still occurs when i start its ok then once i turned it off after few minutes it dead again no power at all...any tips?

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Your description is missing some detail but it sounds like your alternator is damaged. Take your car to a service center to have it tested.

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