Q: Car won't start battery fine headlights won't turn on other electrics work for a 2004 sedona

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My car barely turned over one day drove it to work. Would not start again. Not even a clicking noise. Got battery checked and charged and was not the problem. All electrics work, except weirdly, the headlights and taillights. Checked fuses they were fine.

My car has 140023 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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