Question about 2004 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Chances are that its a battery cable or connection. I would clean all of these very good and test that you have voltage at the starter.
If all checks out you will need to use a test light on the solenoid or start wire(small wire on starter). Wire the test light grounded touch the small wire while having someone turn the ignition to the start position, you should get a light. If you don't then chances are its the ignition switch located on the opposite side of the keys. It's an electrical switch which operates the starter and Accy and other.
The one other possible problem could be a neutral safety switch, try putting the car in neutral and try starting. If you get it to start you need a neutral safety switch.
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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