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buy some brake clean. spray a little in throttle body. if it starts and stalls you need a fuel pump or you lost power to the fuel pump. If nothing changes you may have a bad crank sensor or ignition issue.
Use a multimeter to test the main wire that goes to the starter that should have 12v all the time. The small wire that goes to solenoid should have 12v when you crank, which sounds like you are getting because the solenoid is what clicks. So it may just be a bad connection between the positive cable and the connection to the starter. Test everything with a multimeter then let me know and I will respond promptly. Thanks, Lee
I would guess starter fuse first, then starter. When you turn key, if you don't hear a click, you should focus your attention on the fuse first and then the starter. If you hear a click, then most likely (80%) its the starter solenoid. try to start the car in neutral to rule out the neutral safety switch...good luck
bottom rear of engine at bell housing of trans, u will need to jack the car up and put it on safety stands before starting work, also disconnect the battery, be3fore hand ake sure u have the radio code if one is required.
i am having the same problem, thought it was ful pump, no go, I heard they had problms with the fuse box and wiring harness, my mechanic messed with mine a few days ago and it has not did it since, but I am looking at changing that. GL