Question about 1997 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup
Did you check for ignition signal at the starter? if not you should do this with a test light., also check the ground battery cable from battery to the engine block, be sure there is not corrosion on both battery cables and terminal...now if every thing looks normal take a hammer and bump the starter a couple of times if it cranks , then you need a new starter..hope this help
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