The Escort doesn't have a starter relay. It has a solenoid on the starter that handles the heavy amperage.
Where's the starter cylinder on my 97 escort
The solenoid is on the starter.
It's on the starter itself.
It is part of the starter. It has a clip for the starter wire labeled s.
On the back of the engine at the bottom.
The solenoid is attached to the starter. There is no relay.
I have a 1996 ford escort that will not start and it has a new starter on it and a new battery in it but it still will not start
The 1998 Ford Escort starter motor is located on the rear of the engine. The starter motor will be on the right hand side, near the bottom of the motor.
It means the starter is broken.
The solenoid is part of the starter.
The 1995 Ford escort 1.9 liter engine starter is located on the left-hand side of the engine, near the front. Remove the cables from the starter. Remove the retaining bolts from the starter. Reverse the process to install the new starter.
No, the starter will not fit. Different engine sizes and different starter styles.
Behind engine underneath intake plenum. See other wikianswer on the process of replacing the starter in the 1993 escort (same as 1995).
It is located on the side of the starter motor the bit where the wires attach
Corrosion on trigger wire at starter
+ battery cable should be connected to relay
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
There is no starter relay on an Escort. The main battery positive cable goes directly to the starter. A small wire with a clip on it marked s goes to the solenoid. The main battery current to the starter is supplied with this solenoid.
Should be at the lower rear end of the engine - follow the + battery cable