Question about 1999 Buick Regal
On the passengers side close to the battery there is a junction box.There are fuses and relays in here.Remove the cover and check the crank fuse.It is a maxi fuse so it is one of the big ones.If you look under the cover it self it will show which fuses are for what circuits.If this fuse is blown then replace it with the same size fuse.If it is good then you will have to check and see if you are getting power to the starter.This will be at the purple wire on the starter.You need to have above 9 volts for the starter to turn over.The best way to check this is with a multimeter.If you have over 9 volts then try tapping on the starter while attempting to start the vehicle.If it turns over then replace the starter if not you will have to find out if you are getting power out of the park/nuetral switch.This is located on top of the transmission by the shift cable.Power comes in on the yellow wire and goes to the starter on the purple wire.If you have power going in but not out then replace the park/nuetral switch.Hope this helps and let me know what you find.Good luck.
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