Q: 2003 Honda Accord completely dead

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The car is completely dead. The power doors were working, but after trying to start for a little while, they stopped working as well.

Hi there. This can be a couple of somewhat easy issues to fix. Your vehicle sounds as if it is experiencing a common side effect of a dead battery. Secondly, your vehicle alternator possibly is not outputting enough power to recharge the battery. Have a mechanic test your alternator and battery for any discrepancies in power output.

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