Buick Century 2002 suddenly won't start

Asked by Oct 28, 2014 at 03:31 PM about the 2002 Buick Century Limited

Question type: General

This happens after it has been driven and parked multiple times in one day w/no problem prior. When ignition key is inserted/turned..NOTHING. No clicks, no power/no lights. Battery is new and maintenance is up to date. I am stymied. The car only has 35K miles on it (sat in mom's carport for many years/maybe driven once a week for short shopping trips.We don't think it's the starter but maybe?

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is their power at the starter when the key is turned

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have the alternator checked

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Sounds like the ignition switch is bad. Does the blower in the car work on the lower speeds when the ignition is in the on position?

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