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What is the year, make model and engine?
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That is not a factory wire. Most likely from an after market alarm, (could be from an audio installation where someone didn't have the correct wire for a power amplifier).
Does the engine spin over when the key is turned?
So sorry to hear that. Do you know if there is voltage to the 70 amp fuse in the under hood fuse block?
Any of the lights working?
No, that is the coolant temp sensor, it won't cause the car to not start. That would be the 80 amp fuse on that one but if the lights are dim you will want to do a voltage drop test on the battery cables.
Are the battery terminal ends clean and tight?
I see, thanks. That is a good battery. Do you have voltage to the starter? (BAT wire)
Have you tried to jump start it?
Do you know what the voltage is at the battery?
It sounds like the alternator is not charging and because of that the battery is dead. The battery has to be at least 13 volts to be able to crank the engine. The charging system will have to be tested, (once the battery is fully charged up) thanks
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The wires are on the back of the alternator, it would be hard for the pulley to contact them. Also, ALL of the wires at the alternator are important, for it to charge like it should, thanks
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Just checking to see how you did with the 90 Honda Accord.