This isnt the newspaper either ITS FREE !
An answer to your question, try checking all connections for corrosion and
taking them off and putting lithium grease on tham and put them back on,
this is an older vehicle and not too much could be wrong. I just know that
those older GM side post hookups were picky about the connection.
I think you get to the point pretty much.
(1) you are sure you have a good battery, and that
(2) your cables are in good condition (clean and non corroded especially
inside the rubber insulator, on multi cable setups
(3)and that the starter switch and circuitry are okay
then, there is little left but the starter and/or solenoid, (unless you have
something internal in the engine that keeps it from turning.)
The latter is not too frequent, but if you have a water leak into the
cylinders, or if your induction system (injectors or carburetors) dump
a ton of gasoline in the cylinder, it can lock the engine.
Bore anybody? Here??? Hell - we're all a bunch of people who like to talk.
You can't bore anybody here by rambling on. We've even been known to ramble
a bit here. On occasion. From time to time. Regularly. Daily...
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