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Do you have a spare ignition key? They send a code to the car to prevent theft. If the key doesn't send the code, it won't start. It has to be a factory style key. If you had a regular key made, it won't work. It has to be the one like come with it. If the factory key is broken, You can get a regular key made, just hold the factory key next to the other key while starting. Key and lock stores sell and program the keys. And can test your keys too.
There is fuel in the tank? When you turn the key in the ON position, you hear the fuel pump running for some seconds and then stops or keep on? Maybe you have a clogged fuel filter, or a bad fuel pressure regulator... please post more details.
Could be ignition switch or the solenoid/starter. When it doesn't work, do the gages, etc come on with the ignition? This will help to determine whether it is the switch or the starter.
BTW, I just had the same issue and it turned out to be the starter.
try and turn your steering wheel a little bit left or right and and the same time try and turn the key when it turns toward the dash then try and turn the key back. try and repeat this several times if neccessary. this should work. please rate this solution. thanks