Take it to a mechanic to test the battery, charging system, and starting system (both the solenoid and starter if they are separate pieces). Or remove the starter and take it to a parts store to have it tested. If the battery is ok, the alternator/charger system is putting out power, and you think the starter or solenoid is still the cause, unhook the ground from the battery post after the car has been running but is turned off and leave it like that till the next time you turn on the car when you'll screw it back on. If it starts no problem then it's probable it's the starter or solenoid that was sucking the battery dry.
There is no relay. The solonoid is on the starter.
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
The starter relay aka the starter solenoid is located under the hood by the starter.... the Ignition relay is located under the driverside dash behind the fuse panel.
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.
find the battery cable on the starter and follow it up to the relay. It is located in the rectangular relay box in the right side front engine compartment. It is named "Inhibit" .Attached to the starter.
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.
It's actually on the starter, and it's the small cylinder attached to it. Windstar starters have a dual-purpose solenoid that not only engages the starter gear with the flywheel, but also acts as the starter relay.
If your speaking of the starter solenoid, it is mounted directly to the starter. The starter would have to be removed in order to replace the solenoid.
The starter solenoid on a 1995 Toyota 4Runner will be found on the starter unit itself. The solenoid is mounted on top of the starter.
It is on the starter
The starter relay ( solenoid ) is mounted near the battery on the inside of the drivers side fender
location of the starter relay 1995 mirage
The starter solenoid is attached to the starter - Explorers from 1995 to 1997 , the starter relay is mounted on the driver's side inner front fender between the ABS pump and the power distribution box 1998 and newer Explorers the starter relay is in the power distribution box, in the engine compartment, a simple plug in. (Helpfull)
starter relay would be the starter solenoid and it will be mounted on the fender about one foot from the battery in-line to the starter there is a starter relay on a 95 cavalier it is located on the top of the rad support this is not a ford with a starter solenoide a foot away if you have trouble finding the relay look on the starter and see if there is a ground wire attached to it and if so follow it up to the relay
Look on inner fender--Follow + battery cable should connect to solenoid
there isn't one... I know I was surprised too. The started has a solenoid right on it and that's it.
The starter solenoid? Attached to the starter. Round thing, wires, etc.
I assume you mean the starter solenoid. It is mounted right on the starter itself.
Remove the starter assembly from the engine compartment. To do this you disconect the neg battery cable.Remove air intake duct and the air cleaner housing assembly from the engine compartment. Disconnect the battery cable and the solenoid terminal from the starter solenoid and remove the mounting bolts. - Remove the electrical connector from the solenoid lower terminal. Remove the solenoid mounting screws and separated the solenoid from the starter body. Installation is the reverse. This answer is from my Haynes manual. Hope it helps
The 1995 Nissan truck starter relay switch is located in the fuse box. The starter relay switch will be in the third column.
It is built on the starter.It is built on the starter.
It's probably part of the starter itself. Look to see where the BIG positive wire from the battery goes. I'll bet it goes to a little cylinder that is part of the starter. This little cylinder is the relay and starter solenoid that engages the starter gear into the flexplate as it closes the relay to the starter to turn the engine over. TommyTrouble
If you mean a Harley-Davidson from 1995, you don't. The solenoid is an integral part of the starter. However, there are kits available to replace some of the solenoid parts.
The 1995 Pontiac Grand Am starter relay switch can be found on the firewall in the engine compartment. The starter relay switch will be on the drivers side of the firewall.