If no crank, In the diagram check the fuse, Also use voltage tester, make sure voltage on the fuse circuit. Another possibility is the tranny range sensor. You could jump the starter solenoid, just to see if starter will crank. If you try that make sure the tranny is in park or neutral and the e-brake is set. Block the wheels. If you suspect the starter itself, some of the national brand autostores will test the starter for you, if you take it off and take it to them.
You need to be sure the battery has a full charge.
Thursday, November 22nd, 2012 AT 11:58 PM