Few other problems may be,Fuel not reaching injectors,low cylinder compression,damaged ignition circuit, and/or coil,and timing chain failure. Are you saying the starter wont kick on?You dont get anything when you turn the key?If you know the starter and battery are good and you get nothing,Chances are its the VATS system.You need to bypass the system.It can be done whoever tell you it cant.I did it to my 91,it took 20 minutes.
the battery or the starter could be bad. the vats system could be activated. let me know.
Could be the battery is drained or bad. Could be battery connections at battery and or starter are dirty and or loose. Could be starter solenoid is bad. Could be starter is bad.
The starter could be bad. Or the battery. The starter could be bad. Or the battery.
Oh the games people play. You got a battery and a starter in it?
Check the fuel pump or the fuel ignition if its not getting gas.
The battery could be (almost) dead, or a battery cable could be lose. I would start by verying these. Also could be: Seized engine Bad starter Bad starter solenoid
Check the battery. If it is a manual hold the clutch push it and let off also check the starter
starter, solonoid, ignition, battery. if it clicks when you turn the key then the battery is really dead or its the starter the battery could still be jumped if its the battery.
try the opti these are prone to failure
Try getting a jump start. Could be a bad battery. If your battery is good, then you will need to get a new starter. It may be the Starter or the battery make be dead,
check the battery and connections. make sure the automatic transmission is in the park position. could be the starter is faulty
There is no battery in the starter.
Check the 92 Camaro neutral safety switch next. If the switch is faulty then the starter will not get power to start the engine.
could be a dead cell in the battery, a loose ground or hot wire on the starter, or the starter could be bad.
Battery cable connections may not be tight. The starter could be bad. The starter solenoid could be bad. Check to see if the lights work. If they do, leave them on and try to start the vehicle. IF the lights dim, you have a bad battery connection somewhere or a bad starter.
If the starter is "clicking" then check the battery to make sure that is has enough juice to turn the starter. If the battery is good. It could be your starter solenoid is bad. Most of these are built into the starter nowadays. You will have to have the starter changed. I am betting on the battery especially if it is older. Another culprit could be your alternator failing to charge your battery.
The starter or battery could be weak. The weakness will cause the starter to turn too slowly to start the truck.
dead battery, jump start and maybe buy new battery, you could allso have a bad alternater
Check for loose or corroded battery cables Could be alternator is not fully charging battery - check with a voltmeter A fully charged battery should read approx. 12.8 volts without engine running - should read approx 13.8-14.2 with engine running Could be a bad starter or starter solenoid
it could be the starter or it could just be a bad battery, try to jump start the vehicle with another vehicle with jumper cables or a jumpbox, if the vehicle starts, most likely it is the battery. It is still a good idea to get the starter checked out.
This could be the voltage regulator. Both the positive from the battery and the starter would be connected to it.
the starter or the battery could of gone bad.
power, ie battery, then starter, then spark, then fuel
Could be a bad battery or starter.