Well theres good news and bad news. This morning I went to school and when I went to leave there was nothing. Lights gages, and proper voltage just no starter. Got it home and put it on jacks and found out what my rattle was. A flex plate bolt had worked itself loose and was lodged in my starter. The other two were loose as well. I figure take the bolt out. tighten them all back up and we're good to go right? Wrong. Now the starter is not working. I removed it and took it to the local parts store and it checked good. Fired up like a champ. Strange I thought, so I brought it home and hooked the wires back up to test it....nothing. I checked all the fuses I could find that said ignition on them and they're all good, under drivers side, and the big ones under the hood. I have to believe that the loose bolt getting lodged in there has something to do with it, too much of a coincidence not to, but what? From what I can tell the starter is just two red wires, big one to the battery with juice all the time and the little one back into the harness somewhere that has juice when you turn the key. I dont have a volt meter or anything, so I cant really check the wire, but why would it suddenly go bad? Am I missing a fuse somewhere? Having the starter laying on the chasis (ground) and turning the key should engage it right?
I thought it better to not start a new thread, but I will if need be.