Most likely the inside of the EGR valve assembly and/or associated tubing is plugged with exhaust deposits. You'll probably need to either disassemble the EGR assembly to clean it out or replace the assembly entirely.
take your multimeter and set it to volts, going into the solenoid you should have anywhere from 12.2 to 14v and coming out it should not drop anymore than 1 volt. If it does the solenoid has to much resistance and should be replaced
If the car does not turn over after the solenoid is replaced, that means the problem was not the starter solenoid. The problems lays elsewhere in the electrical system.
It is not repairable and should be replaced.
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.
The wire from the battery to solenoid is corroded & should be replaced.
may be on top of the starter and replaced with same. Follow the + battery cable it will connect to the solenoid
The starter solenoid can be replaced by removing the wiring harness. Remove the retaining nuts. The solenoid will come off. Reverse the process to install the new solenoid.
Your solonoid needs replacing. Solenoid.
THE brightness would decrease as solenoid would have some resistance.
It will cost approximately $60 to replace a solenoid in your Ford Explorer. The exact cost is dependent upon which solenoid is to be replaced.
If its operated by a vacuum solenoid, the solenoid may need to be replaced.
The solenoid pack on a Chrysler Sebring is on the bottom of the transmission. It is a bolt on unit and can be easily replaced.
If you replaced the correct shift solenoid (SS B), check for a broken band in the trans.
The entire solenoid group must be replaced .It is one unit.
resistance somewhere in starter circuit
Only by knowing beforehand its internal resistance, is possible to tell if it is bad, by measuring its resistance (DC current). If it dropped to a lower resistance it is short-circuited, and so it's bad. If the solenoid doesn't attract or attract with less power it is also a sign that it is bad.
The starter solenoid on a Honda Element is integral to the starter. It cannot be replaced without replacing the starter as well.
The shift lock on the solenoid is located under the shift lever cover. When the brake is depressed it then unlocks the shifter of the vehicle. If this does not unlock the solenoid then it will need to be replaced.
2/4 SOLENOID CIRCUIT What this means is the solenoid pack went bad. Have it replaced to fix the problem. Could also be a wiring issue from the trans computer to the solenoid pack.
It means something is not right with the car's EGR valve.These are possible causes, starting with the most common.Bad EGR solenoidExcessive resistance in control circuit (PCM controlled ground) due to an open, chafing or damage to the harnessPoor connection at the EGR solenoid harness (worn or loose pins)Water intrusion at the EGR solenoid harnessBlockage in EGR control solenoid holding solenoid open or closed causing excessive resistanceLoss of supply voltage to EGR solenoid
solenoid is bad ,have it replaced,but check for remote solenoid first some vehicles have another solenoid mounted closer to battery
I DO BELIEVE THE SOLENOID IS MOUNTED ON THE STARTER AND YOU WOULD HAVE TO REPLACE THE STARTER TO REPLACE THE SOLENOID remove the starter and take it down to your local auto parts store. they can bench test the starter and give you the proper solenoid if it needs to be replaced.
Check the solenoid. This happened to us and we had to have the solenoid replaced. Part cost about AUD$240 but labour was $800!
THis code could mean that any one of the problems are causing this.Bad vacuum switchBroken or damaged EVAP line or canisterOpen in PCM purge command circuitOpen or short in Voltage feed circuit to Purge SolenoidFaulty purge solenoidRestriction in EVAP solenoid, line or canisterCorrosion or resistance in purge connectorBad PCM
Energize the low amp circuit of the solenoid and then check continuity across the high amp circuit. There should be little if any resistance across the high amp circuit.