My car does nothing when I turn the key

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Asked by Apr 29, 2019 at 09:01 AM about the 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My 69 chevelle ss does nothing when I tun the key I
had to replace the starter and after I did it won't
turn over any suggestions?

4 Answers

12,745

You need to check the wires going to the starter. Is the small wire to the solenoid connected to the correct post? Double check all the wiring connections and the battery connections. Is the battery showing 12+ volts? Do the lights work?

16,325

does that solenoid wire get 12 V when you hit the key ?

12,745

Yes. The Solenoid wire is sent 12 V when you turn the key to start. If you have no power when the key is turned, check the neutral safety switch.

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Where's the neutral safety switch located?

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