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When I turn the key on I get lights and power but the engine will not turn over. I have replaced the battery,starter,and the starter relay switch.

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Wont start or turn over just replaced the stater and still nothing


Does your key switch work good? Do the warning lights and gauges on the dash all turn on with key in on? That verifies the ignition switch has power. If not, check fuse #9 in the Power Distribution Center (under the hood). It is a 30 amp fuse, providing power to the switch.
Are the battery cables clean and tightly connected at the battery and starter and the battery ground connection?
There is an Engine Starter Motor relay in the Power Distribution Center, the only thing between the ignition switch and the starter. With key in start, power is sent from the switch to this relay, and if relay is activated by the PCM (engine computer), then power goes on to the starter solenoid on the starter, and starter should then operate and crank the engine. If you have a voltmeter, you could do some tests for power at the terminals the relay plugs into. There are only 4 terminals. Post back with comments, or if you need help with testing those terminals.

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I'm not an expert on cars, but from my experience, if the lights go dim while trying to start, but the engine doesnt turn, then it's usually the starter which is bad. It's because the starter is faulty and drawing too much battery power. I'v also heard of many people having problems with the security system (with cavaliers). but if the lights are going dim, that probably means the battery power IS reaching the starter, so i would concentrate on the starter first. If i remember correctly, my brother had a ford, and the ground wire came off of the starter, and when he tried to start it, there was nothing, but the lights would go dim. Again, similar to a faulty starter. Even if the starter itself is bolted to the engine, if the wires going inside the starter aren't connected properly, that could cause the problem. Other than starter being the problem, possibly a bad ignition switch???

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The component is a starter. When you insert your key into the ignition and turn it, you switch on the power to the coil and vehicle computers. By turning the key to the start position it will supply power to the starter and solenoid which cranks the engine until you release the key allowing to return to the ignition on position. If the battery is weak the starter solenoid may engage producing a clicking sound, but it will not crank the engine. Another test is to turn on the dome light and try to start the vehicle, if you see the dome light dim when you are trying to start the car the battery is weak or the starter has a short. Starters are temperamental at times and can be intermittent working sometimes and malfunction other times. Your ignition switch, fuse, or relay could also produce symptoms of your vehicle not cranking.

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check the battery connections, the battery should have 12.5 volts statically tested wuith a 12voltmeter, if all that is ok pressume the starter or solenoid is at fault or a connection at trhe starter is loose.
Remember anytime you are replacing an electrical component be sure the power is OFF remove the ground cable from the battery so you dont get hurt or damage a good replacement part.

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If you have verified that the battery has 12volts, and there is power 12V at the trigger wire on the solenoid with the key turned to start, likely the solenoid is bad...I'd question this though because the solenoid comes with the starter and therefore should be new. (defective?) If there's no power there, re-check what you replaced and also ignition switch.

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how did you test your battery? load test it or volt meter test it!

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