Question about 1996 Oldsmobile Aurora
The most likely culprit is the connectors on the battery are not making good contact. Remove them and clean them up with a wire brush and try again. If still no go, have a friend monitor the battery with a voltmeter while you try to start the car. If the voltage stays above 10 volts, the battery is ok. Have the same friend check across each electrical connection while you start. Find a big voltage across the connection and that is your problem. If the battery voltage stays the same when you try starting, the solenoid may not be engaging. Check to see if it is getting a signal when you start with a voltmeter.
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