check your wiring to selinoid and relay and battery posts also make sure plugs and or wires are good and check the battery
The starter relay feeds power to the starter when the switch is turned to start. The relay will be mounted either on the fender or on the firewall.
i have same car and after changing battery and terminals i found out it was th oxygen sensor
check starter connection,if 12 volts there probably bad starter
My first guess would be the starter selinoid. No, I don't know where it is in your vehicle. Follow the big wire back from the starter to find it. You're going to need a test light for this. Make sure there's power on the "battery" side of the selinoid, if YES, make sure there's power on the "starter" side when the key is turned to start. If NO, replace the selinoid - If YES, make sure there's power to the starter, if YES, replace the starter.
No. The relay is what actuates the starter motor, whenn you turn the key to the start position.
might be starter relay, or the crank circuitry from the switch or to the starter from the relay. I would trace back from the starter to the starter relay back through the neutral safety switch to the ignition switch.
Yes, the power goes through the relay before the starter gets it so if the relay is bad, there is no power to the starter.
The Starter relay for Acclaims are located right on the starter, its what the wires that go to the starter hooks to.
Usually when a starter solenoid/relay switch is bad, you will hear only a click and the starter will not spin (crank).
The starter relay is the part of the vehicle that sends an electrical current to the motor in order for the engine to start. In a 1993 Toyota Corolla, you will find the starter relay in the engine compartment.
That's the starter relay. Replace the starter.
It sends power to the starter.
If the Chrysler Sebring won't start after going through a puddle, the problem is probably that the starter relay switch got wet. This is not a common thing but if the starter relay was bad to begin with, moisture will make the problem worse. The starter relay is located on the starter.
The starter relay or solenoid is probably the problem.
I had the same problem. Putting in a new starter relay and changing out the battery cables fixed the issue.
The starter relay on a 1992 Pathfinder is mounted between the transmission and engine block. The starter uses a gear drive to crank the engine and help it start.
starter relay replace starter relay I am not sure but you may have to replace the starter
Check the starter and the cable from the starter to the starter relay. Also, the relay itself. Could be any of these.
Try to replace the starter relay
Starter lockout relay, next to the battery.
try changing the battery, your battery might be bad you never know, it might not hold a charge The starter relay needs to have good contact. Even though it may click, the contact is dirty and not good enough to transmit strong electrical power to the starter. Change the starter relay which is connected to the positive cable to the battery. Do not confuse the starter solenoid with the starter relay.
Could be the relay or bad battery cable connection at the battery or relay.
I replaced the battery in my 1993 sundance noe the starter will not ingage
If a starter relay or solenoid is bad, usually you will only hear a single click when you turn the key to start the engine.
Unless there is an aftermarket hard start relay installed on the car, there shouldn't be one. The starter is attached directly to the ignition switch and the battery.