Q: Car won't start, clicking sound

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My car wasn't starting two days ago. I put in a new battery, and when I started it, it was working. Just today, on the way to the store, the ABS light came on, but the car didn't shut off. When I stopped and shut down the car, and tried turning it back on, it wouldn't start. All I hear is a clicking noise when I try to start it.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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