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I wouldn't think catalytic converter, without it giving some indication that it was going bad, but without testing it is hard to say.
When it cranks and won't start, check for battery voltage to the coil on the dark green wire, with key ON. If you have power at the coil, it might be a bad coil. If no power to the coil, it could be a Crank Position Sensor or the Cam Position Sensor inside the distributor. If one of those is bad, it can stop the computer from sending power to the coil. Good luck.
I had this issue in the past. All I did was to replace the brake switch. This part is located behind the brake pedal. Btw, if you this run into this issue again in the future, you can always push this switch with your finger and it's located on top of your steering wheel enclosure, this will disengage the shifter.there is a small rectangle shape cover that you need to remove first.
Hi Mrcherry99, for this situation I would call my local dealer or reputable shop's service department and inquire about any possible quick fix. If necessary transport your vehicle to the dealer or shop and have a professional technician take it for a test drive, if possible, and give you a written estimate of repairs and answer any specific questions you may have about your issue. Good luck and have a nice day.
CHECK ALL THE IGNITION ELECTRICAL WIRES ON THE IGNITION SYSTEM.CHECK MAKE SURE FUSES ARE IN TIGHT.IF YOU BATTERY IS OLD.I SEEN A BAD BATTERY KILL THE ENGINE.IT HAS A PLATE SHORTING ON INSIDE.IT WILL KILL THE ENGINE.LIKE YOU TURN OFF YOUR SELF.