I changed the plugs and started it then went out later that day and it will not turn over
Did you have doors open a lot? If so battery might have ran down. Check battery voltage.
No and have checked the battery andcall fuses all seem good and lots of power on battery
Lots of power? 11.5 or more volts? Or less than that? If less then I would try charging the battery or jump staring it.
Already tried that didn't make any difference
Could it be the starter sticking
Ok. If auto trans then move gear shift out of park and then back into park and try to start it.
I tried that as well
Could be but you should hear it clicking. Do you hear anything when you turn the key?
No noise at all
That points straight back to battery low or loose/dirty battery connections. Try jump starting it with the positive jumper cable on the battery and the negative jumper cable on metal of the motor. Allow jumper vehicle to idle up to around 2000 rpms or so for a few minutes before and during you trying to start it. If it then starts clean and tighten your battery cable connections and charge the battery. Doing it this way will take your battery connections out of the lope and if it the. Starts you know that it's a battery or connection issue you are fighting.
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