Is the starter working? Also, if the check engine light came on, that means there will be a trouble code storred in the computer that should help identify the problem. Most parts stores will scan them for free, but since the car won't start, you cant get it to them. What I recommend is to call around to the local nationally recognized parts stores and ask if they will lend or rent a scanner for you to use. They just plug in (I believe under the dash on your year) and then check the computer for codes and tell you what the problem is.
Let me know about the starter, if it's working. If it is, then we can try some other things.
Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009 AT 12:12 AM