I haave a 1970 Firebird 400 Formula, it all of a sudden will not turn over, i took out the starter and had it checked, new battery, new battery cables and it will not even make a sound.

Asked by Jun 23, 2012 at 06:08 PM about the Pontiac Firebird

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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It's possible one of your wires insulation cracked or stripped contributing to a grounding issue. Check all your wiring, and harness's.

ignition switch is probablly worn out. or is it a 4 speed ? could be the neutral safety on the clutch. if it's an automatic make sure it's all the way in park. could be neutral safety on the tranny.

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you didn't have to take the starter out to check it , why do all that work? you should check the nuetual safety . like trip65 said.

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