Wanted to think ya for the help and let you know that it was the starter. Replaced starter and it fired right up. Advanced auto parts tested the old starter and it was fine, so they say. I Have a Pontiac they tested that started and said it was fine also, turns out that advanced auto doesnt check the bendix on the starter. Bendix on both starters were worn down. Both cars fired up w/ new starter. For those who dont know what the bendix is its that little gear on the starter that engages and turns the flywheel.
Friday, April 15th, 2011 AT 2:26 PM