Starter solenoid? Follow the + battery cable - connects to solenoid - may be at the inner fender wall
The starter solenoid is close to the battery of your car. Follow the red battery cable to reach the solenoid. Use your car's manual for any help.
The solenoid is on the driver side fender well next to the battery. You can buy one at kragen or another automotive store for around $20.
When mounted on the inner fender its the one on the left, ie the one closest to the battery.
where is the shift solenoid located on a 2002 ford mustang 6 cyl?
The starter on a 1965 classic mustang is located on the passenger side of the engine at the rear. You should be able to follow the red battery cable to the starter solenoid (relay) and then down to the starter ::AverageJoeResto.com::
You may have a weak battery, try jump starting it with another car or battery.
Connect the positive battery terminal directly to the starter. You'll need a new, longer cable to reach it.
It should be connected to the power steering pump which is under the alternator; probably right next to the battery.
That solenoid is a momentary solenoid. If it is used constantly it will get hot.
Solenoid could be installed incorrectly. Could be electrical connection on the solenoid. Did you re-connect the battery? Could be a bad starter motor...or a stuck starter motor. Sometimes a light tap or two on the starter motor (not the solenoid) with a hammer will free it up.
THAT'S THE HORN RELAY