Q: Q: Battery is dead

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My battery is dead. My car was making a weird noise before it died.

It is possible that the weird noise you heard was either the serpentine belt coming apart, or the alternator failing. Either way, I would ask for help from one of the mechanics at YourMechanic, so they can come to your location and properly diagnose your dead battery issue.

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