Q: I changed starter alternator and battery but after 2 weeks i came outside and i needed a boost.

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Two weeks ago I changed my starter battery and alternator I came outside to crank my car today and my battery was dead I had to get a boost what else could it be if I have changed everything and they're all brand new

My car has 220112 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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