Q: My car wont start battery, alternator, and starter has been replaced....lights come on and it turnsover it clicks ...

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My car won't start. I've changed the alternator, battery and the starter. The lights come on it turns over and clicks. My grandfather changed a couple light bulbs for me and now it won't start
My car has an automatic transmission. Also just to put out there I guess my key is not the original I guess it originally had a chip key but the one I have had been working perfectly fine

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