Q: Q: Wont start

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I was Driving on freeway and suddenly power went off, I made it to the shoulder then I try starting it and it did crank, but didn't started, it happen before in my house but i keep cranking it till it started but this time it doesn't work, this time i crank it for long, then now it doesn't crank or even click, and it seem like it has good batterie what can i do?

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