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use OBD II scanner. if there is a code in the pcm, it wil point you in the right direction. if not, go back to old school diagnostics. check for spark, check fuel pressure, check compression. if these appear ok, check timing.
could be safety neutral switch on steering coloum under dash will it start in neutral ? use a test light to see if you are getting power at the starter when you turn key if not check switch under dash pull the 2 wire connector off and put a paper clip in both wires and see if it starts
It sounds like you need to clean both battery cable connections on the battery and make sure they are not spread. You may have to cut off steel clamps and replace with lead kit. Also, clean the 2 smaller wires on the poitive post of the battery.
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you can replace the cylinoid,but I prefer to change the whole thing specially that it seems like starter drag when you buy the new starter the cylinoid will be built on the new starter,if you change the cylinoid itself,and you still need a starter youll have to buy the starter and cylinoid as one unit,and they wont take the cylinoid back that you broke,but either way I would pull the starter and bring it down to an autozone and have it checked for free,if this helps please give me a fix ya