2001 lumina won't start

Asked by Nov 13, 2016 at 02:24 AM about the 2001 Chevrolet Lumina

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2001 Chevy lumina just replaced battery and starter
still won't start

7 Answers

575

do lights come on? does the engine at least crank/turn over when turning key? could just be security issue.

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Yea lights work radio works it sometimes sounds like it's trying to crank but sometimes it just clicks one time

575

make sure battery cables are on all way and tight.

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Yea I put a new battery on they are tight

575

with key to on postion do you see somekind of security light on?

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No there's no security light but there is the volt light and the oil light and check engine light

575

check all you fuses for the ignition and starter. also switch starter relay with another relay that looks the same.see if that helps. before it stopped startin was it doing anything unusual.

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