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Starter will not turn with ignition key

When you turn the ignition key the starter will not turn. If you hot jump from the battery to the solenoid, the starter will turn just fine. Is there something that can block the signal from the key to the solenoid?

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Some are fused and has relay. check fuse and relays. replace with the same type, you could try to interchange the relays if they are of the same type.

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I have a 95 chevy lumina car and it will not start from the ignition if u start it from the cilinoid it will turn over but not start

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if the battery is good.
and charged.
then the solenoid jumped will crank engine,(not start if you keep keys in pocket)
if that hot wire test fails and the battery and its lugs not green.
then the starter is bad.
try using a fresh known good battery first.
or jumper cable (AAA style) jump start it off a running donor car.
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can you spin the engine by hand, (using a socket and breaker bar , keys again in pocket::>?)
battery >>>>>>cables>>>>>starter.
this is all it take to crank the engine, just that. if you know how to hot wire a solenoid, do you? the switch below is just a jumper wire or even old screwdriver blade.
http://www.fixkick.com/starter-hotwire.jpg


battery needs to be 12.6vdc rested, is it ? or more.
less is discharged(and normal temps, not -40F)

the oldest GC.
see photo below... jumper at J.
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if hot wired. zero.

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you then (battery is good)
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