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2003 Toyota Corolla..battery went dead, alarm going off and unable to stop it so disconnected alarm by alrm wire. Replaced the battery reconnected alarm wire nothing at all happens. car won't start nor any electrical is working. what needs to be done?

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    no power battery dead no lights or alarm working

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It may be your alternator that is draining your battery and causing problems. I have replaced my alternator two years in a row on my 2003 Corolla...also having other electrical problems with the radio and cd player. I have been reading where this is a common problem :(

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