We have a 2004 Buick Century Presidenial and we went on vacation for a week came home and now it won't turn over lights are all on inside and out but when you turn the key they go out and nothing

Asked by Mustangusa Aug 15, 2017 at 04:12 PM about the 2004 Buick Century Special Edition Sedan FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

We have a 2004 Buick Century Presidenial and we went on vacation for a
week came home and now it won't turn over  lights are all on inside and out  
but when you turn the key they go out and nothing .  Jumped the starter it
works The battery is charged full  if you put it in neutural it turns over but
won't start  Any suggestions.. Tried 3 keys thinking maybe the chip but not
that does the same thing with all three keys

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Try checking and cleaning the battery terminals, a marginal connection will allow low current draw devices to work.....but you need a good connection to turn the starter. Also check the other ends of the cables, make sure they are tight and check other engine grounds.

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thanks will try that But in the mean time we discovered that if you put the car in N it turns over but will not start just keeps cranking over

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