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Probably going to have to tackle this one step at a time.
First thing I would do is get a voltage tester, preferrably an LED or one with a gauge so you can see how much voltage...
Then I would check that battery on the terminals, by attaching the probes first to the posts and then again via the terminals...
You should be getting 12+ volts or close to it, if that is the case have someone try to start the car or turn on lights etc while you watch the voltage tester to see what it indicates during these tests.
Try that and get back to us.
Last edited by sidemouse; 08-05-2019 at 01:52 PM.