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connections? at the battery posts are good? power available at starter relay? car is in park or neutral? now you need to verify theres power on the start wire. the small trigger wire for start enable. if a test light or voltmeter wont show power during crank, then it may be theres a problem in the neutral safety. it has to know the trans is out of gear. newer vehicles have mlp sensors instead of neutral safety switches. its time to get a service manual and determine the pinpoint test for this vehicle
The bolt tens to loosen up on the shifter. Look up from the floor board at the column. You will see the shift cable attached to a metal shift arm. Where this arm is bolted to the column with two bolt, tighten the bolts they should be loose, You will need a torx bit. I think T30 or t40
try turning your key half way then put in neutral then start. if this works your brake switch is bad. or the fuse is blown. when turning the key half way there are two or three positions just not all the way to start.
when you depres the brake pedal do yoiu hear a clicking noise in the steering column? (this noise would be a sign of the shift interlock solenoid functioning)? are all of the brake light bulbs working? (it wont let you shift without all brake bulbs working)....you can overide this shift feature by turning key to on position, without starting vehicle, shift into neutral, then into your desired gear. i hope this helpos your some! good luck!
You have a bad switch at the brake pedal. Or a loose wire. Try light pulling on the wires on the switch at the brake pedal under the dash. They should be tight and secure. If tight and secure the switch could be bad.