'69 Starter Issue?
I recently took the Camaro into a shop because I had a rat nest of wires for audio and an alarm underneath the dash. I wanted to get it cleaned out and take out the excess audio wires out and the alarm so I paid a company to go through and rewire the electrical for the audio and then also remove the alarm. Before they removed the alarm, there was a button that would reset the alarm so a couple times when I tried to start the car wouldn't turn over until I press the button. Skip ahead a couple weeks, I had the shop rewire so once it was done I picked up the car it ran fine - I drove around couple days and everything was good.
I decided to take it out again and when I tried to start the car back up it would not turn over. So when under the dash and wiggled some wires and also under the hood the wires coming to the firewall. While looking at the wires I noticed that somebody had tried to bypass the neutral switch - there wasn't a switch that was connected to it. It just had one wire with cut spades that were cut connecting it (total jerry rig). I was able to start the car by wiggling wires and once I got back home and turned it off, it wouldn’t start again.
I know this is a lot of information but I'm hoping somebody can point me in the right direction. I was thinking maybe it was the ignition wiring harness or the neutral safety switch. One thing to add is when I turn on the ignition the radio comes on but when I go to start the car it's just not not trying to turn over at all - nothings happening.
Any help is greatly appreciated!
Last edited by cericksen; Oct 11th, 18 at 06:01 PM.