67 Impala won't start
I've been following the manual for this problem and I think I've narrowed it down to the starter...
When I turn the key: the dash idiot lights turn on. I don't hear anything; no clicking from the starter and the engine doesn't turn over. No noise whats so ever.
I've checked the obvious...Transmission selector is on Park. All battery connections are solid and clean, the battery is 4 months with the lights, horn, A/C, and radio work fine. The ignition system is 4 months old and all the wiring looks fine(MSD System). That leaves the Starter Connections and solenoid.
I haven't tried anything yet besides troubleshooting all of this. I've checked all the wiring connected to the Starter... the positive battery cable is solid and very tight. The other two wires connected to the starter are moderately tight; the nut is holding the wire in place to the starter but I can still move the wire with my finger - it seems very minor and I doubt that's a problem.
The week before, I pulled it into the garage to avoid the incoming snow and ice.
Before any of this, there has been no sign of anything going wrong, everything was running strong. This issue just happened one week later.
What do you guys think the problem is? What should I tackle first?
1967 Chevrolet Impala 4 door "post" sedan
327 5.4L V8 - 3-speed TH350
Last edited by Classiccarman; 01-16-2013 at 06:46 PM.