I'm having the same problem ? Do you have spark. It not try ignition harness you will also need to replace control module and impulse sender. You can get qaulity harnesses at http://www.linkline.com/personal/dbarton/WireHarnesses.html#OrderingHarnesses if you have a spark, try checking the fuel pump relay under dash on passenger side. a quick way to bypass the relay is to jump the #5 fuse and # 14 fuse...if you do it right you will hear the pump start. If that does it, you need a new relay.
battery need to be at lease 14 volts to be able to start
Over load in circuit? Remove starter and have it checked at auto parts for excessive current draw Dead short to ground in circuit? Over load in circuit? Remove starter and have it checked at auto parts for excessive current draw Dead short to ground in circuit?
Sounds like starter solenoid needs to be replaced
If the engine doesn't turn over at all there are a few things that are possible. Start with the battery ground cable and make sure it is making a good ground and is not broken. Also check the positive cable from the battery to make sure you have a good connection and no breaks in the wire. If these are both good you may need to replace the starter motor. There are brushes inside the starter (yes they can be replaced if you know how to take the starter apart) that will grind down to the point of not making enough contact to start your car. Since you said you had the alternator replaced I'm thinking it probably is the starter because any competent mechanic would have checked the battery cables before replacing the alternator.
The Chevy starter does not have a ground wire, the starter grounds through the starter casing.
No,there is no circuit protection between the battery and the starter. If the starter is causing a dead short to ground, there is definitely something wrong with the starter. Pull it and have it checked. The switch that engages the high current is inside the starter. If the starter is fried and perhaps something melted to ground, every time you engage it you will get a dead short.
It sounds like maybe your starter might be shorted out - a wire could be touching the casing somewhere or it could be something worn in the starter that is letting something go to ground inside. Unhook starter and try putting the fuse in and turn the key if it blows the fuse in is not the starter.
No, the starter casing acts as the ground.
That Thermostat is LOW voltage. IT does not have a ground wire. There is no need for a ground. it only opperates on 24 volts. there may be a green wire but it does not mean it is a ground
There are no Ground-type Starter Pokemon that are initially Ground-type. However, Mudkip evolves into Swampert, which is a Water/Ground-type Pokemon.
Could be a faulty ground wire. Not very rare to happen
you might want to check for a blown head gasket or a cracked head or block. espically if it loosing water out of the radiator with out leaking on the ground.
Just checked and it does have a ground connection.
When the power seats in a 1985 Ford Thunderbird quit working and the owner has changed the circuit for it and checked the ground, the cause may be the motor. The motor in the seat can be replaced by taking it to a mechanic who specializes in Ford vehicles.
Have you checked to see if you have power to starter? If if do then problem is in starter or solenoid. No power then check fuse in fuse box that is in the engine compartment. Check battery cables at the battery & starter. On the positive side of battery there is 2 cables (one smaller) That smaller cable goes to the starter switch then a wire goes from switch to starter. Check that you have a good ground at the starter. Check that the engine is grounded to the frame/body. That will be those wide straps on rear or sides of engine. If you raised the body or replaced the engine then a good chance that the ground has become disconnected.
when your battery is good and starter doesn't turn over engine. try with booster cables directly from battery to starter to eleminate bad ground or positive wire connections.positive cable to positive connection on starter and ground cable to ground on starter and with jumper wire from positive connection on starter touch it to connector on starter from ignition switch . if your starter doesn't turn over , than you have a non working starter.
The answer to the question is no. If the flywheel is ground or damaged it needs to be replaced.
I'd check the battery cables, both at the battery and where they connect to the solenoid and starter. Make sure to check the ground cable too. It should have a solid ground to the engine before the starter will work properly. it very well might be the teeth on your flywheel.. You have to pull flywheel cover where starter goes agnist the block and transmission and look to see if the teeth are ground down a lil bit..
You may have a loose or corroded ground connection. Not just the battery ground but the engine to chassis ground. You may also have a bad battery cable. If you see swelling on any part of the cable, replace it. Make sure the connections are clean and tight. Did you replace the starter solenoid with the starter, or is it a separate item? If the solenoid is separate from the starter, it is probably bad. It is unlikely that the ignition switch is bad, but possible.
cables and or check for good ground first.
check the ground on your tailights R.W: Have you checked the turn signal switch? That may have to be replaced.
First make sure you are getting 12amps at the solenoid and starter. If so, run a wire from solenoid to hot side of starter. It should turn over (assuming battery is strong). You can also jump straight from battery or jump box to starter. Make sure you have a good ground. I replaced starter on my 140hp Johnson for like $50 with a new omc starter from amazon.
Are you sure the battery has enough juice (13.5volts)? Is the engine locked up? Try turning the motor by hand. If the engine is not seized, take the starter off and bench test it. Recheck your negative battery cable, a very good chance your problem lies there. The same thing happened to my 1995 full size bronco today. I took the battery cables off cleaned each one, and still the same problem. I replaced the starter, solenoid, finally noticed my ground wire from my intake to the fire wall was charred. So I checked my lower battery cable connections and my ground was not connected. I replaced my firewall ground and replaced my battery ground wire and all my problems were solved. Even my dash readings were fixed, I always had crazy readings on my dash (temp, oil pressure and amp gauge) all were fixed with the installation of my new ground wires.
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starter relay is a blue relay by the passenger fender closer to the bumper. it looks like 2 seperate relays back to back/stuck together. test that relay. or just replace its 18$ at autozone. oh and i would also just make sure your motor is grounded. 90% of starter problems on swaps is bad or no ground. take jumper cables and put on negative battery terminal and then ground the motor with the other end and try and start.