k.. here'* the pics.. they maybe HUGE !!! Sorry..
This is the from driver side and the radiator is right on top of me during this pic
This is a closer pic of the starter solenoid.. as you can tell that piece is new.. it'* the only none dirty gunky one.. $50 :cad: it cost me for install and parts
This pics is sideways so you'll have to tilt it your right way from the pic'* angle. Put your car to on.. put one end of the booster cable to the positive end.. and putt the other end onto a long rod.. be careful for this step.. don't touch anything else. touch the top ( left in this pic ) and center with the rod where the booster cable is attatched to, this will cause the solenoid to engage and have the current to turn the starter motor. There maybe a few times you will hear the starter free spin but don't worry.. just release and try again.. BE ALSO VERY CAREFUL THAT YOU DON'T OVERCRANK ( it would be the same affect as crankin it with your key and holding it
It would've cost me $275 for the starter w/ solenoid replacement, but I didn't need to spend that much.. just call a shop and get the contact of whom rebuilds the starter. If you hear it click only with your key then try this method and see if it turns over... if it does it means loose connections somewhere.. if it also clicks when you tried it with the key and this method.. thats a good indication the solenoid is gone.