its maybe the starter or the icnition coil
thermostat stuck open?
first of all have you tried to have your car on and pressing the button. some of the older cars you have to have the car on or at least turned to where the dash lights turn on like the engine light for it to work
u wont pass emission, but nothing u will get more horse power.
it could be your window switch..try changing it
Your shift linkage may have slipped or become loose. Check your linkage.
check gearbox oil level first could be low on fluid dextron 2
Mine turns on while parked and wont turn off till I start it. Its a problem with the BCM. Body control module.
I have the same problem in my caprice, what you need to do is just sit there and switch it to high for a few minutes, then eventually if you keep playing with it it will turn off when you switch it to the far left
did you check your battery and alternator?
Older Chevy's have a steering lock when the key isn't in the ignition.
Ran out of gas? Or ran out of oil?
Assuming you checked all the bulbs and fuses, it sounds like the signal switch is shot.
If the turn signal bulbs light but will not flash, the flasher relay is defective, replace it.
TRY TURNING THE KEY OVER.
Does it turn over? Does it have fuel, spark, and compression
take your car to an auto electrician and ask them to check it out
Does it turn over? No Fuel? No Spark? No compression? Weak or bad battery?
Check the brake light switch.
chevy has bad solders. they crack and cause things to malfunction. mine does the same thing.
make sure the spark plug wires are firing
There could be a problem with the relay being grounded. There could also be a bad fuse or the fuse connection.
caprice. hands down. quicker acceleration, better handling, more power, better stopping, higher top speed, larger aftermarket support. plus if you're rear ended in a caprice it wont blow up like a crown vic thanks for the info but atleast with a crown vic i will have fire works every Canada day
There are several different reasons that a Chevy truck might not be turning over. You might be out of gas, your battery might be dead, or your starter might be bad.