If you can't turn it manually, the ignition should have a few wires:
Twist the constant hot and the ignition together - that will send power to the coil, ECU, ect. Touch the start wire to the newly twisted wires and the starter will turn. Remove the start wire when the engine is started. Disconnect the wires to stop the motor.
You'll have to take apart/break the column to get to these wires.
Originally Posted by Motorcharge
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