Q: My 2006 Kia will not start.

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Hi Shaun I just a new battery for my 2006 Kia and I drove it for a day and then the next day it wouldn't start what do you think t Well I have a 2006 Kia didn't know it when I bought it had transmission problems it's said that I need some kind of sensor for switch gears I hope I'm explaining this right but yea I just bought a new battery and I drove it for a day and the next day it would start after I drove it to the store I just trying to see if some one might know the answer.

My car has 14000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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