Question about 2002 GMC Envoy
Could be a weak connection at the ignition switch wire at the starter solenoid, or a bad connection at a battery cable end, or even a bad cable. Could also be a bad solenoid, or the armature in the starter has failed. a sometimes decent driveway check is to try smacking on the starter with a metal object as someone else tries to crank it. if the car cranks the problem is down there (probably starter). an auto parts store can check it for free if you remove it and take it to them.
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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