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that could be an air/fuel problem ,does the engine rev ok when not in gear ? if it does then probably not air/fuel. the autobox speed sensor might be the fault have it checked at a auto trans repair shop
First, make sure the battery is hooked up correctly, and that the negative cable is secured to the engine block. Check all your fuses. If the fuses are ok, and the battery cable are hooked up right, pos. or + cable to the starter, and neg. or - to ground, then I would have the battery checked. If possible, try another battery. Don't use jumper cables. If the battery is bad, jumper cables would not work.
The starter comes out from the passengerside wheel well.Disconnect battery, then jack up vehicle and put a jack stand under the car on the frame. Remove the cover up in the wheel well. Remove front skid plate to gain access to the lower starter bolt. Remove wire hooked to starter and to motor mount. Remove two small bolts on heat shield. If vehicle is an automatic remove kickdown cable bracket. Upper starter bolt can the be removed and the starter will come out.
if you don't get a click at all, your starter may be losing it's solenoid. there's a panel in the right fenderwell that the starter is behind. get that panel off and lightly tap the starter with something. if it fires right up, the solenoid is sticking.