2002 Impala Won't Start - Battery is good

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Asked by parmbeach Sep 17, 2019 at 09:21 AM about the Chevrolet Impala

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hello, I have a 2002 Impala (V6) and I drove the car to work on the other day
and parked in the parking lot. Few minutes later, I attempted to start the car
and it won’t start. It seems the battery is completely dead  though I put a new
battery last year. I called AAA, the guy attempted to give a jumper by just
connecting to battery terminals. Car did not start. He checked the battery
and it had the full power. He also said the alternator works fine as well. Then
he put the jumper cable to auxiliary positive post right beside the fuse box
then the car started. What is the problem here? All fuses in the fuse box are
in working order. Nothing burnt out.

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Thank you. I will check the cable for continuity and update this forum post..

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