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Probably the solenoid not pulling in. Check connections to solenoid from battery. You should hear a loud click when turning ignition switch to start. Also, a real trap, make sure your auto park switch is working. Like, if you are in drive, the starter won't crank.
FIRST DISCONECT BATERY REMUVE THE RADIATOR REMUVE ALL WIRINGS FROM THE ENGINE ELECTRICAL ACCESORIES P-S PUMP ALTERNADOR.A-C COMPRESSOR DISCONECT EXAUST PIPES FRON THE ENGINE STARTER ENGINE MOUNTS BOLTE AND ELL THE BEL HAUSING BOLTS
Possibly a battery cable terminal or the connection at the starter.
Sometimes a loose or faulty wire can barely work until a load is put on it then it just shuts down. Test power flow at starter before and after turning the key. Replace battery cable ends and if the problem persists, replace entire cable.
If your battery is good and all of your other electrical systems work fine then chances are it is your starter that is bad. However if the engine turns over but just won't start then you most likely have an electrical problem such as a bad ignition switch or ECM. I hope this helps you out.
Hy Bigjohn87, look like the problem is the regulator that is allowing too much power passing through to charge the batery. If you have a comun electrical tester check how much volts are at the batery when the car is running, should be more than 13 volts and less than 13.7volts more or less.
If the voltage is more than 14 v. probably the regulator should be changed.
Any car electrician can test and diagnose it problem en minutes without much fuse.
Wish you good luck