Defective clutch switch or starter on 2000 Saturn SL1

Car will not start. Has power, including dashboard lights. Coasted and started car by letting out the clutch while vehicle was moving. During short drive home, car ran fine. Tried to start again by depressing the clutch and turning the key, but car will not start.

by in Kingsport, TN on September 29, 2009
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2 answers
ANSWER by , September 29, 2009
check the starter or flywheel
ANSWER by , September 30, 2009
It is a normal GM m istake they never fixed.Google saturn white wire and you will see that yuo are not the only one. I n the mean time,turn the key like your going to start it,but stop before it is suppose to crank,like when all yuor dash lights are on,turn the key back off and repeat that 3 or four times in a row,then wait about 15 to 20 minutes,the car will start.