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Ok. I am assuming you checked your battery and the fact a push start worked - I would say it is not this. But just for double checking sake, you should have it checked either locally or with a multimeter for voltage. Should be 13 or so.
Next, check your fuses. I would suggest checking the maxi-fuses as these take on the bigger load. I do not know what your car is but google and find out where and what your maxi-fuses are, as well as how to check them if you are not sure. These are usually around the firewall, in the center.
Also, check your negative and positive lines. And, if you do find a blown maxi-fuse, check your batteries voltage again to make sure it didn't drain and needs recharging.
Posted on Jul 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1998 buick lesabre wont start
Do you have a Chip in the Key? if so that Could be the Problem,Ya see the chip is a resistor and if it looses its ELECTRONIC VALUE in its Case Resistance it wont start to test this Turn the Key in the ON posission then do the Screwdriver thing If it Starts Key is Good and Most Likely the Ignition (SWITCH) is Bad <<ELECTRICAL Side NOY LOCKEST SIDE For More Info Recontact Me
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
Troubleshoot the starter. If your battery is good, then you WILL have power...the lights will work, horn, etc, but....if the starter is toast...you need a starter.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
SOURCE: 93 GMC Suburban Wont Turn Over
I may not be all the way in park or the safety neutral switch in not working. Did you try and start it in Neutral? Also move your shifter around while the key is engauged and see if it will start.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
SOURCE: 2004 mustang won't start.
I don't know what your problem is. I would suspect your solenoid as you suggest. It is easy checked with a volt ohm meter and a friend. (voltage always present on the battery side - voltage present on starter side when the key is turned to the start position)
Is this a manual or auto? I guess you know there is a switch on the clutch if it is manual - clutch MUST be depressed to start. Im sure you know this!
Check the solenoid. You could jump the solenoid with a auto grade jumper cable to double check your electric (volt/ohm) check.
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Posted on Jan 04, 2010
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