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Re: it wont start
Is the starter not turning the motor over? If so look for the starter the front of the car, look at the back of it, you will see a big nut with a big (or 2 big) cables and under them is a little wire that slides on a flat terminal make sure this wire is on. If it is take a broom handle and tap the start hard and try it, if it starts it is the starter and you will need to replace it. If it did not start you may still need a strater
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is the truck standard or auto
is there a click or as stated nothing
are the wires at starter clean and tight
is there power going to starter selenoid (signal wire)
if auto try starting in nutral
if standard try to by pass clutch switch
is power going across starter selenoid
is the ignition fuse all o.k.
Do the ignition lights go out when you try to turn it over? if so it sounds like a flat battery if not sounds like a starter motor problem, try a bump start - pushing it with a driver in it selecting second gear and lifting you foot of the clutch once pushed at speed
i presume it was recharged by a certified hvac tech, then take it back that should still be under warranty,otherwise check your a/c relay hvac /fan fuse control circuit,with car engine turned off switch on ignition,but dont start,you should hear a click from the clutch magnet on the compressor,and if possible check for 12volts d.c. at clutch wires lack of voltage wont let comp operate,then it needs to be diagnosed from clutch back thru to fuse/relay panel
check for power to the starter at the starter's connectors while you have someone turn the key. If there is power, change the starter. If not check your ignition switch, (manual trans)clutch pedal switch, and starter fuses/relays. Hopefully this helps
try bleeding the lines, if you pump the clutch its compressing the fluid and the sensor is picking up that the clutch is disinguaged, if theres air in the lines the sensor wont register the clutch position.
Its likely that you have either a bad ignition switch or a bad neutral safety switch (if stickshift, clutch switch) Try starting in neutral...if it starts, change neutral switch (jump across clutch switch, check starting in neutral with your foot on the brake) Ignition switch is on top of steering column under dash.