Question about 2001 Chevrolet Express
Try starting in neutral instead of park.
If you can get at the starter motor.Get someone to tap it with a hammer or similar tool while you try to crank engine,worn starter brushes or solenoid contacts will do this.
The tapping helps get them to contact.
check that the battery cells have electrolyte solution covering the plates inside.If it is a maintainence free type,ensure that the green spot is visible.
Ensure that the battery terminals and clamps are free of corrosion and are tight.
I hope that this helps or get back with your findings.
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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