Q: Q: Car will not start

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Car was working fine. Then the next morning went out to start it and it just made a clicking noise. So bought a new battery and a new starter and replaced both of them and its doing the same thing. So what could it be and I mean it had been doing fine I had been driving it all the time and didn't never make a noise or nothing. So what could it be

My car has 160000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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