I was working on my car yesterday, then when I was done, I figured I might as well change my starter since I was already dirty. Well to make a long story short, I got the new starter and installed it. Hooked up the wires, but I assumed that I crossed the wires because the car didn't start. So I switched the wires thinking the were hooked up wrong, and had the same result. I have power going to the lights and everything, but when I turn the ignition there's no current/power. No noise, no anything. By this time it was already really dark and cold, so I decided to put everything away. Before I did tho, I traced, as best I could, the wires from the starter on up to see if one may have broken or anything, but everything seemed ok. I'm figureing that it's gotta be some sort of ground problem, what do you guys think? Thanks a lot in advance guys!