on top of the starter
It is on the starter.
It is mounted on the starter motor itself. When you get another starter, it will have the solenoid mounted on it already. If it is bad, just replace the starter, I would not change just the solenoid.
Starter solenoid: on the starter.EGR: on the egr valvetransmission: on the valve body in the trans.Starter solenoid: on the starter.EGR: on the egr valvetransmission: on the valve body in the trans.
Replace starter solenoid? Could be a bad neutral safety switch
The starter solenoid is not disengaging once engine is started. Rebuild starter or replace with a new starter.
It is located on the transfer case this is the motor that shifts your four wheel drive
It should be attached to the short positive battery cable.
assuming the batt.is fully charged,it may be the solenoid not engaging the starter motor.you can remove the starter motor and solenoid and run jumper wires to it .if starter does not spin,it may be the solenoid not engaging the starter.keep hands and clothing away from starter when doing this test!also,you did not mention if the solenoid wire was fastened to starter when you replaced it.usually purple color on chevy.good luck
On the 1988 2.9 v6,the starter is on the drivers side ,at the bottom of the motor. 2 bolts hold it in,one main wire on tale end.
Remove the positive cable from your 1988 Chevy Astro battery. Remove the cables from the front of your starter. Remove the starter retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new starter.
It is important to have the diagrams of the electrical systems in a car. A free starter solenoid wiring diagram can be found in the cars maintenance manual, or a person can ask for a print out from a auto store.