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Do the headlights work? What about the dome lights and brake lights?
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What is the battery voltage currently at?
The battery is most likely just dead again.. or the connections could be bad/loose preventing voltage from getting to the vehicle
The only other thing would be a faulty power distribution center provided all fuses are good. :)
But it would be more likely that it is a battery issue or connection at the battery causing this concern.
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The power distribution center is the fuse box that contains all of the fuses.
Again, the battery may have just lost charge due to something draining the battery.
Your right. it "should" if you do it correctly.
But again, we don't know for sure because we don't know what the battery voltage is at.
You dont need to get the new battery "tested".
You just need to check voltage on it using a voltmeter. :)
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