The starter solenoid is attached to the starter. Follow the positive battery cable from the battery, it will lead you to the starter solenoid. The starter would have to be removed to replace the starter solenoid.
Yes, a starter solenoid can drain a battery. When a starter solenoid is not working properly it can actually keep rotating the starter after the car's ignition is turned off. Since it requires a battery to actuate the starter, the battery will eventually be drained of power.
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
The starter solenoid is mounted directly to the starter. Just follow the positive battery cable from the battery, it will lead you right to the starter solenoid.
Starter solenoid? Follow the + battery cable it connects to starter solenoid
It is attached to the starter, just follow the positive battery cable from the battery, it will lead you to the starter solenoid.
Weak Battery? Loose or corroded battery cables? Weak starter solenoid? Bad starter? Weak Battery? Loose or corroded battery cables? Weak starter solenoid? Bad starter?
The positive battery cable is attached to the solenoid and the solenoid is attached to the starter itself.
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.
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.
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.
If the battery tests good and battery cables are clean and tight at both ends and you are jumping the starter solenoid correctly with no results, you probably have a bad starter/solenoid.
Starter solenoid? One top of starter--follow + battery cable
Starter solenoid? Follow the + battery cable should connect to starter solenoid usually at top of starter or at inner fender
Your problem is the starter solenoid. It may be a remote solenoid mounted on the inner fender well. You can easily check it by running a battery booster cable from the positive battery post to the starter side of the solenoid wiring (the heavy wiring). If the starter operates, the solenoid is bad.
on the firewall behind the battery.
Mostly fusible link for starter solenoid is located very close to the battery or between the battery fuse and terminal.
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.
Dirty battery connections or loose battery cables at starter or solenoid?
It is mounted on top of the starter, to the starter. Follow the positive battery cable from the battery, it will lead you right to it.
maybe on the top of the starter Follow the+ battery cable should connect to solenoid
From battery to starter solenoid
3 reasons either the starter is not getting power from the solenoid, solenoid is not getting power from the battery or starter is burned up.