have you had any starting problems prior to this?
did it make a click sound?
what is the battery power level showing on your dash?
check the connections to the battery and see if they are snug
if you heard a click sound it's probably your starter.
what size engine? auto or manual?
Try disconnecting the battery for awhile, then re-connect, making sure
connections are clean, and tight.
If that doesn't work and battery is good.....
Is it an automatic? check the connection on the transmission to make sure
it's not a stop-neutral switch problem. Standard? make sure clutch pedal
switch is working.
put transmission in park, or neutral.... key on... find your starter, and
keeping clear of moving parts, use a long (insulated) handled screwdriver
and bridge the gap between the starter's terminals. if you get anything from
that... it's most likely not a starter problem.
Your problems are beyond the scope of this text. Please contact your local
excorcist. I did with my '89 Firebird 2.8L MPFI. Some glad I did. :)
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