After replacing the voltage regulator and the starter solenoid on your 83 capri it still won't start why?
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Where is the voltage regulator on a 1988 ford econoline 350 460 engine?
Asked in Chevy Lumina
Why would a 97 Chevy Lumina not turn over after replacing the starter?
Asked in Ford Escort
What are the parts of a starter in a 1994 ford escort lx?
The main parts are the starter motor, starter drive gear and starter solenoid. Look up '94 Ford Escort LX in the RockAuto.com parts catalog and look under Electrical to see photos of the starter and its parts. Make sure the voltage from the ignition key wire to the solenoid is > 3 volts before replacing the starter. If a low voltage is coming into the solenoid then a new starter and solenoid will not fix the starting problem and the new solenoid could be damaged. Look up '94 Ford Escort LX in the autosparepartsusa.com i am sure you will get there
Asked in Chevy Silverado
What wire drives the regulator in a 1986 silverado?
Have a 1992 Dodge Ram 50 When you turn the key the lights on the dash come on but the starter does nothing you have had the Battery tested the starter tested you have replaced the ECM and 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.
Asked in Car Starting Problems, Kia Sephia
Engine turns over but car wont start when cold when warn car starts 1996 Kia Sephia 1.8 automatic?
If your car works fine when its not cold and only wont start when its cold outside then its a bad solenoid and most likely the one that regulates voltage to your starter. This solenoid can not be replaced with out replacing the starter because they are combined. Unless you have a aftermarket starter that will let replace the solenoid without replacing the starter. So all you have to do is take it to a shop and have a new starter put in and your prob should be fixed.
How do you replace the voltage regulator in an 98 Olds regency 1986 model?
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Asked in Starters and Ignition Systems
Why does the starter keep going after it starts the engine?
Usually one of three reasons. Starter is staying energized from starter switch or starter solenoid is bad internally or bendix gear on the end of the starter is not retracting. Tests: "bump" the starter with a momentary pulse of the key. If it continues to crank after releasing the key it's electrical. If not then probably gear is stuck or damaged. Check gear at flywheel. Should slide in and out of engagement freely. If problem is electrical then locate starter engagement wire at solenoid. And when motor starts check for battery voltage at that wire when disconnected. If it has voltage then suspect switch. If not then check for voltage at solenoid terminal. If voltage then replace solenoid or starter if integral.
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How do you trouble shoot John deere Lt 155 solenoid?
Asked in Car Starting Problems, Saturn S-Series
What would cause a Saturn SW1 starter to not crank when engine is hot but start normally when cold?
I would check the starter solenoid before I investigated the starter - it's likely the cause. Have someone try starting the car hot while you measure the voltage between the starter side of the solenoid and negative - you should get battery voltage. If not, the problem is the solenoid (or somewhere before it, electrically).
What you've got is a 1984 Chevy pickup and have power to everything even the lights work fine but it will not crank What should you be checking?
Start with a volt meter at the starter. Check to verify that voltage comes in on the BIG wire, and if that's working verify that you're getting voltage to the solenoid when someone tries to engage the starter. If you have voltage to the solenoid when the keyswitch is in the "start" position, and the starter doesn't engage... it's the starter. If you're NOT getting voltage to the solenoid, check the keyswitch, wiring and the neutral lockout switch.
Asked in Car Starting Problems
When you push start button all you get is a click you tried replacing the battery but it still clicks only?
Asked in Alternators, Dodge Ram, Dodge Ram Van
How do you start voltage regulator in a Dodge ram 1990 van?
What is the difference between a starter relay and a starter solenoid?
On my 1995 Ford Explorer , as far as I know , the starter solenoid is mounted on the starter and the starter relay ( which most people just refer to as the solenoid ) is mounted near my battery and has the positive battery cable connected to it ( a relay is a low voltage switch ) P.S. I'm not a mechanic / technician
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Why would the starter stay engaged after vehicle starts on 92 Topaz?
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Where is the voltage regulator on a 1995 Chrysler Sebring?
Why won't your 1993 Chevy Silverado 1500 turn over but dash lights come on Battery cables are clean but still won't start?
replace starter motor Check voltage AT THE STARTER SOLENOID. If there is a good connection at the LARGE connector to the starter solenoid, next check the voltage from the keyswitch to the small wire on the starter solenoid. That's the cylindrical thing attached to the starter. If you have voltage to the small solenoid wire when someone engages the starter at the keyswitch, AND you have a good connection directly from the battery to the Solenoid AND the battery is fully charged and the starter still doesn't engage; you need a starter. On the other hand, if you're not getting voltage to that small wire it could be that you have a problem with the neutral safety switch. Try messing with the shift lever while you hold the keyswitch to the start position. If the starter briefly engages when you do that, it's the safety switch. On the other hand, it could STILL be the safety switch.