check your wiring,also check to see if theres power leaving the relay.
I need how to wire relay for 1991 ford mustang.
The starter on a 1965 classic mustang is located on the passenger side of the engine at the rear. You should be able to follow the red battery cable to the starter solenoid (relay) and then down to the starter ::AverageJoeResto.com::
You have a loose wire/cable connection or the starter solenoid/relay swicth needs to be replaced.
It may be possible that the wire connections on the starter or battery are broken or corroded. It could be your starter relay. Or your starter should be tested to see if it needs replaced.
Yes it does, if it needs to be replaced i suggest going to your local auto parts store and buying one, this will give you an idea of what your looking for. There are two other relays that look exactly like this one and they are all located up against the fire wall. The Starter relay and the Fan relay are located on the drivers side. The Fan relay is the one closer to the fender and the Starter relay farther.
Starter relays are mounted ON the starter. They are a part of the starter and are always replaced when you install a new starter. In general, it's recommended that you replace them as a pair anyway, since the starter solenoid (relay) and starter motor generally wear out at the same rate.
I replaced the battery in my 1993 sundance noe the starter will not ingage
There is no horn relay on a 1970 mustang
How do you know if it needs to be replaced
If you mean that the starter keeps spinning after the vehicle starts), the solenoid/relay switch is not releasing. In the START position, the relay spins the starter to start the engine and should release when the key is moved from START to RUN. Probably needs to be cleaned or replaced.
The starter relay is on top of the starter.