Truck won't start on 1994 Chevrolet 1500 Pickup

New battery new cables new starter no start checked wire found starter to img.wire tied together ran new wires the rite way sucked all juice from battery put wires back like found them heater and radio came on with key in swh in off off

by in Greenville, SC on September 07, 2013
1 answer
ANSWER by on September 10, 2013
Check and repair the wiring to the heater and radio circuits, then fix the wires the right way from the ignition switch, then adjust the ignition switch on the column to the right setting. Then charge and hook up battery and try starting it again. Sounds like you have a couple issues. The ignition switch is misadhusted and someone has tried to bypass the wiring because they could not fix the problem before you got to it. Fix and adjust it right and it should work fine. Also check fuses to make sure someone didn't just tie stuff in to other stuff to make it work.
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