The starter solenoid is attached to the starter.
it on the starter
Location of starter on 89 ford f150
$48 for a remanufactured. both motors that year share the same starter.
Location?Look for a removable housing at the engine end of the upper radiator hose
Main cable is large goes on large pole on starter, small cable is start wire, goes on small pole on starter...
Follow the + battery cable - should either be in the inner fender or on top of the starter
1.Detach the cable from the negative terminal of the battery 2.Clearly label,then disconnect the wires from the terminals on the starter motor and solenoid 3.Remove the mounting bolts and detach the starter
if the battery is good, it is not the regulator.i would check all fuses first,then check starter solenoid and starter
It is getting no fuel. Possibly bad fuel pump, clogged fuel filter, or fuel regulator defective.
You need to be more specific. as in what solenoid are you looking for?
In the fuel tank.
check the fuse next to the pump relay, check that, then it maybe be ecm or somethin
passenger side firewall. behing black charcoal canister, a foot from the hydraulic hood support.
Battery may have been weak the previous day and when trying to start created excessive heat through the starter solenoid causing it to "weld" in the closed postion. When charged battery was installed solenoid was already in closed position. May release itself or solenoid may have to be replaced
That depends on the year of the bike. On '65 through '88 FLH models, there are three terminals on the solenoid. The top one goes to the battery, the [small] middle on goes to the starter button and the bottom one goes to the starter. On '89 and later FLH models there are only two terminals on the unitized starter/solenoid assembly. The larger one on top goes to the battery and the small one on the right side goes to the starter relay.
Should be located on inner fender usually passenger side. Battery + to one large post Starter wire to other large post Small trigger wire to (either if 2) small terminal
88 and 90
Seized engine? Loose or corroded battery cables? Weak or dead battery? Bad starter solenoid? Bad starter? Bad clutch or neutral safety switch? Bad ignition switch?
Usually on the top of the starter
leaking line or fuel tank
About $400-$550 for a Good to Excellent specimen.
The starter on an 89 Chevy Camaro is installed by placing the vehicle on jack stands, attaching the starter wires, and aligning it with the mounting holes. The bolts are place in the starter, torqued down, and the shroud cover attached.
attached to your transmission