Are you sure the battery is not dead? Try jump starting it from another vehicle. You can also take your jumper cables and jump right to the starter where the positive connects and see if the starter spins. BE CAREFUL doing this so the car doesn't fall on you or if not automatic jumps on you.
April, 30, 2012 AT 12:03 AM
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April, 30, 2012 AT 12:15 AM
Try jumping across the fat battery wire and the crank sig wire @ the starter. See if it cranks that way
April, 30, 2012 AT 12:45 AM
IT ALSO MAY BE POSSIBLE THAT THE STARTER'S TEETH ARE JAMMED INTO THE FLYWHEEL.....THIS IS NOT AN UNCOMMON PROBLEM
INSURE THE STARTER IS FULLY SEATED AND NOT C.OCKED IN THE OPENING
SHIMS MAY BE NECESSARY TO MOVE THE TEETH AWAY FROM EACH OTHER...THESE ARE INEXPENSIVE AND AVAILABLE AT THE AUTO PARTS STORE
BEFORE JUMPING IN TO THE ABOVE--TAKE THE STARTER TO THE AUTO PARTS STORE TO INSURE IT DOES WORK CORRECTLY.......EVEN NEW STUFF CAN BE BAD!
OTHER THAN THAT STUFF----THIS BELOW, MIGHT BE YOUR 1ST STEP---NO $$$ OR TRAVEL FUEL IS INVOLVED...SEE MY ANSWER IN THIS POST