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be more specific.... if theres no dash lights when u turn key in on then its the main fuse under hood. if it turns over and wants to start could be ur ecm/ ignition module , ( if theres coils pretty sure its feul injected ur ecm,/or ignition module would be ur coil packs). when u turn the key in on u hear any kind of noise under trunk might take two people for that if not ur feul pump
Try leaving the key in the ignition (but don't turn it) and then try. If it starts then you need to properly bypass the transponder system. If not then most likely you don't have your ignition and/or start wires hooked up properly. On many cars there is a second starter wire that needs to be connected
Take a test light to the small wire on the starter and have someone turn it to the start position. If the light lights up and the engine doesn't turn over, I would suspect the starter itself. If the test light doesn't light, try it in neutral and repeat test. If it still doesn't light up, it may be the PRNDL switch or the ignition switch itself.
try a different key, the light will come on and stay on if the tumbler is not reading the resistor in the ignition key. if that doesn't work try to start car, then don't turn key off leave it in on position for about 10 until the security light goes out, turn key off then try to start again.
any real answer yet? did the problem ever get resolved? i have the same problem with my sister's car. too cold to diagnose tonight, but will post the solution probably tomorrow. since the lights and heater works, but ignition and radio arent getting power, my first guess is there's probably a fried fusible link which controls the 2nd accessory power to the ignition switch. will post a solution soon.
If turning the steering wheel to the left or right doesn't allow the key to turn, it sounds like your tumblers in the lock cylinder have failed. Unfortunately, there is no way to know when this is going to happen, but eventually, it happens. Not a real expensive fix. Replace the ignition/lock cylinder.
They have a bad ignition problem. Its more than likely the ignition. Turn the key on, Then right below the ignition theres a hole. take a long skinny phillips screw driver and push it up through the hole and you will hit a release for the ignition. Push it up as you pull the ignition out. Then try to start the car with a flat head screwdriver. Write back if that doesn't work but i have a feeling it will.
It sounds like your telling us the key won't turn in the ignition anymore for some reason. If that is the case the problem is one or more of the tumblers in the ignition have fallen, if this is the case you will have to replace the ignition itself or at least the ignition core. If you mean the key turn but the vehicle doesn't start I would start by disabling the alarm system you installed to eliminate the starter kill switch as the source of the problem. Also, if this is the case try jumping the vehicle. If it turns over and starts with a jump your problem is the battery having a dead cell in it. It can have all the world but if you have a dead cell it doesn't have the amperage to turn the starter over.
Do you have any check engine lights on? Is your anti-theft light flashing? If so, put key in igniton, turn to on (NOT START) leave in on position for EXACTLY 10 MINUTES As SOON as theft light turns off, try to start.