lights come on, seatbelt activates but does not click or turn over. If I jump start it or roll it and pop start it, starts right up and I can shut it off and start right back up but then maybe the next day or 3 or 4 days later will not start. Always started fine but had the head gasket replaced due to massive oil leak, could oil have damaged the starter?
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1994 Saturn SW1 Question: Sometimes it will not Start
PARTS GUY November 30, 2011, 20:02Master
Yes, it could also be a bad battery.
Replynestey, December 02, 2011, 11:33Rookie
Looks like it was the positive battery terminal not being tight enough. Thanks
Answer #2mr. mann February 08, 2015, 03:14Rookie
My car had a kill switch put on it so u had to push a Button to start the car but wen u turn it off n the car hot u would have to wait till it cool den to start