Car Would Not Crank when Attempting to Start
I have a N/A 2006 2.2l manual trans. Cobalt. It sat in my driveway for about 4 hours before I tried to leave again to get some dinner, but the car would not start. I had full power to all the accessories in the car, such as the dashboard lights, radio, and even the headlights turned on. When I tried again to crank it I had the window rolled down to listen for any clicking and didn't hear anything.
I tried an external battery charger to see if that would work, but the battery had more than enough charge to start the car.
I'm assuming that both the solenoid and the starter are dead, but something strange happened. I had rolled my car out of the driveway to let my roommate leave to free up the space in the garage to work on my car. After I pushed it out of the way, I attempted again to start it and it worked, the car started.
I'm going to let it sit overnight and try again tomorrow morning, but I'm wondering if someone else can help confirm that it's my starter.
I use my car for work so I really need a quick fix for this, I'm hoping that it's not something more complicated.
Thank you for your help!