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Possible starter motor problem. Try tapping the starter motor with something as you turn the key to the crank position. If it starts or makes any noises, suspect a starter. If no help, you will have to check for start power directly at the starter solenoid and diagnose from there
Possible causes are: 1. Loose or corroded battery cables. 2. Bad starter 3. Dead battery. Try tapping on the starter with a hammer while someone is holding the key in the start position. If it starts then replace the starter. Thanks
so if its not turning over chech battery connections maybe try and jump it also tap on the starter a few times and see if maybe the starter brushes are stuck if banging on it works u may wont to replace it as its on its way out
When you had the starter checked did you check the solenoid on the starter? If you can find a way to get to it, try using something hard to tap your solenoid and then try starting it. If that doesn't work try tapping the solenoid and starter while someone else turns the key. The starter may be good but the solenoid could be stuck inside. Hope this helps let me know how it goes. Good luck!
Sounds like the starter has failed. Have someone turn the ignition while you tap on the starter with a hammer. If it starts, that confirms starter. If it still doesn;t start, remove the stater and have it bench tested at a parts store.