First thing is whether you are jumping it from the battery, or at the power stud under the hood at the fuse block. There is a connector that is tucked down in the right front of the engine, near the power steering pump, between the intake and the head. If memory serves me correctly it is a three pin connector. That connector is for knock sensors, and starter signal. The starter signal wire I believe is a large purple wire. With this disconnected, and the starter side of that wire fed power, you should engage the starter. If however, you have a weak battery, or poor connection, then you probably still won't have the amps to turn the engine over. If you have a battery charger, disconnect the cables from the battery and charge it for several hours. It sounds like you just have a discharged battery, and it may not be taking a jump.
Monday, February 1st, 2010 AT 10:55 PM