Do I need a battery, fuses, or alternator? on 1991 Toyota Corolla

Car will not start. The dashboard lights come on for the seatbelts, battery, oil, and engine when I try to turn the car on. Also there are three fuses on my positive cable on the battery and I was wondering could that be causing any problem?

by in Racine, WI on December 27, 2008
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ANSWER by on December 29, 2008
Try jumping the car if it jump starts you will need a battery, If that didn't work it could need a new starter relay or starter solenoid.
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ANSWER by on September 19, 2009
I am Pedro Talavera owner of CMT of MIami. The problem needs to be aproached with a system as any other problem. First get the car runing, then you can chek the alternator. If the battery is about 3 years or more old, better change it. www.1mobilerepair.com http://www.mechanicratingz.com/ShowRatings.jsp?tid=363
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ANSWER by on December 30, 2009
i just got a new battery 2 weeks ago and just 3 days ago which was Monday Dec. 28,2009 i came outside to start up the car and i heard 3 clicks and then it started up and when i park the car and turned it off the next day i came out to start it and all i seen was the dashboard lights came on for the seatbelts,battery,oil. but i was wondering if the three fuses on my postive cable on the battery was the problem
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