it is the wire that runs between your starter and your silenoid. your silenoid is generaly located on the inside fenderwall of our engine compartment. it is about 3" tall, 2" in diameter, and has 2 large leads coming out either side with 2 smaller leads coming out between those. there should also be a red and a black wire attached to the large leads. generaly the red one runs to your starter. this is the wire you are looking for.
The solenoid is attached to the starter. The starter or pilot relay is located on the fender behind the battery. On some models (notably the 4.0L engines) there is also a solenoid located on the starter motor itself, under the vehicle. In this case, the relay on the fender serves only as a pilot.
There is no relay. The solonoid is on the starter.
the solenoid is on the starter the relay is on the fight inner fender
The solenoid is attached to the starter. There is no relay.
If it is like my '86 Samurai there is no starter relay. It uses a starter solenoid on the top of the starter to pass battery to starter motor when the solenoid is activated via the key switch.
The starter relay on a 1999 GMC Suburban with the bib block engine is located on the solenoid for the starter. The solenoid for the starter is on top of the starter.
The starter on the Sprinter has a Solenoid on the starter. That is the closest thing to a starter relay. When you turn the key, current is sent to the starter solenoid which pulls in and completes a current path to the starter windings.
the starter relay.
It does not have a starter relay. It has a starter solenoid mouted on the starter which serves a similar purpose.
The Escort doesn't have a starter relay. It has a solenoid on the starter that handles the heavy amperage.
Your vehicle has a starter solenoid which is piggy back on the starter.
Follow the + battery cable should connect to the starter solenoid (relay)