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2005 pt cruiser automatic non turbo went to store came out will not start no clicking or anything took starter and battery in to have it checked and both are good car acts as if there is no starter hooked up i have the 12 volts at the power cable at starter i have had a problem the past week with having to "jiggle" shifter to get the key to release from ignition im thinking neutral safety switch but dont know if it is or where switch is if it is the switch

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Sounds like it could be to me ,run a hot wire direct from battery to small terminal on starter and see if it will start before you go any further

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