Question about Oldsmobile Aurora
Neutral safety switch is possible, also ignition switch. I'd clean both ends of battery cables for starters (no pun) thoroughly. The bottom connections are exposed to grease and road grime, also connections at solenoid. Clean them with good wire brush
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Jan 20, 2016 | 2000 Ford Taurus
Ok it seems you isolated and checked the usual suspects and some that I wouldn't have looked at except one. Did you check the neutral safety switch and Alignment on your gears for the gearshift lever. If it is not aligned properly it may not be hitting the neutral safety switch when in neutral and park. Also if the switch has failed. It may not be allowing your system to start when you move the key to the start position. I'm also wondering if this model has a fusable link in the starter cable but you say that you've isolated and tested both the starter and the relay. So I would really suspect that neutral safety switch. Hope this helps.
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