may be on top of the starter and replaced with same. Follow the + battery cable it will connect to the solenoid
The wire from the battery to solenoid is corroded & should be replaced.
solenoid is bad ,have it replaced,but check for remote solenoid first some vehicles have another solenoid mounted closer to battery
battery hooked up backward, wires crossed somewhere or it could be the solenoid.
Check for high resistance in the wiring to the solenoid, and in the battery cables. A weak battery can also cause this. If one battery is good, and the other is a little weak, the truck can turn over at normal speed, while the fuel solenoid doesn't move.
Not quite sure what you are asking, but if you are changing the solenoid, then disconnect the battery first.
You should locate and test the solenoid. Most have three connections. There is a large cable from the battery to the solenoid, from the solenoid to the starter and from the start switch to the solenoid. The power terminals to the battery and the starter are large and have large cables. The starter switch connection is much smaller. Turning the key to 'start' provides a low current voltage to the solenoid causing the solenoid relay to close and power from the battery cable to connect through to the starter. If that voltage is present then the solenoid or the wiring between the solenoid and battery or solenoid and starter is suspect. If that voltage is missing then the starter switch or solenoid feed line may have failed.
Dead battery? Loose or dirty battery cables? Bad starter solenoid? Bad starter? Neutral switch?
Starter Ignition Neutral switch
Assuming you are referring to the starter solenoid, the easiest way to find it is by folowing the positive battery cable from the battery. The cable goes from the battery to the solenoid and then continues from the solenoid to the starter.
starter solenoid is on the inside of the fender twards the cab from the battery follow the positive battery cable at the end will be the solenoid
make sure the small wire is hook to the post
Never disconnect a battery while an engine is running!
Look for a loose or corroded battery cable. If the cables are ok at the battery, check the connection at the starter and at the starter solenoid. Otherwise, the solenoid may need to be replaced.
Starter solenoid, typical position for Fomoco cars.
If it isn't starting you have another problem.
I have a JD LT 155 C. I have replaced the solenoid and the mower still want start. There is 12 volts between the battery and the solenoid. When I test the voltage between the solenoid and the starter, the reading is 5 to 6 volts. Why is there a drop in the voltage to the starter?
battery need to be at lease 14 volts to be able to start
Double check the battery cables at the battery and at the engine, be sure they are clean and tight.
Try the ignition switch.or the ignition module located usually near distributer
The most common cause of automobile starting problems; is the battery needs to be charged. When the battery will not take a charge. It needs to be replaced.
Battery may have been weak the previous day and when trying to start created excessive heat through the starter solenoid causing it to "weld" in the closed postion. When charged battery was installed solenoid was already in closed position. May release itself or solenoid may have to be replaced
Either the battery cables are dirty, battery is not fully charged, or the solenoid is stuck.
Check for a bad fusable link at alternator
I assume you are talking about the starter solenoid: Follow the positive battery cable from the battery - the other end will be connected to the starter solenoid.