try starting in neutral(if auto). If still no start/cranking we need to check at the starter for power. It would be best to check with a multi meter so we can see how much available voltage is at the starter. we need to see 12 volts at the main terminal and 12 volts at the smaller terminal when the key is turn to start.
let me know if this is an early or late build and if this has an auto trans or manual
let me know what you find
It is an early build, automatic, verry basic version. there is no power to the small terminal. I am having difficulty locating the relay I here clicking. (behind fuse box?)
The the chip in the key is working because the light goes out properly.