Have a 1998 Chevy Monte Carlo Z-34, 55K miles. Never had any problems with it other than some minor warranty/recall stuff when it was very new. Driving home from work, halfway into a 15 mile trip, the Anti-Lock Brake warning light came on. Figured I'd wait till I got home, restart the car and see if it cleared up. Parked, tried to restart, and all I get are the clicks and other weird noises when your battery is dead. Does this sound like just a battery problem, get a new one and things should be fine? Or could this be the alternator or something else? No warning about electrical problems, no check engine or other idiot lights. The reason I'm asking is that I can have a friend help me pick up a battery at a nearby tire store that does tires, alignments, brakes and batteries, but nothing else. Not really looking forward to getting the car towed to an auto shop, plus I have to work Sunday and Monday. Is putting in a battery worth the gamble or could there be more to this?