GM usually uses a combination solenoid/switch/relay located beside the starter. One end engages the starter. The other end connects the battery to the starter motor.
First make sure that this battery has a charge. Check its volts. Then if the battery is good, make sure the conectionns are clean. Then clean the connection to the starter relay ( solenoid ) just beside the battery. Then if needed, clean the conx. at the starter. If all the conx. are good, and still no start, jump the positive battery conx. at the starter relay to one of the small plug in conx. If the starter engages, then possible bad ign. switch. Hope something works. Good luck.
Take the battery out.
Beside the battery.......cant miss it!
Should be just beside the battery.
Under the hood beside the battery.
Should go down beside battery to wedge it into battery holder
It is beside the battery, but on the engine side just below the battery. It is inside of a plastic box.
It is right beside the battery, engine side of the battery. It is in a black plastic box just inches under the side of the battery.
Should be beside the battery.
beside battery in engine compartment
Beside the battery fuse number 2
It is normally attached to one of the 15 mm head bolts holding the ac compressor bracket or the equivalent on the passenger side of the engine. The smaller wire usually attaches to the body either at the deck lid hinge or directly to the sheet metal beside the battery.
its in the engine carpartment beside the battery
In the trunk beside the spare tire
Beside battery along inner fender.
In the front driver side beside the battery .
beside battery engine bay
its beside the shifter under the console. if your car is stuck in park, take off the console, and pull the shift solenoid out or engage it and then zip tie it to a bracket that doesn't move. and it will work from now on.
No, but there are symbols to use for batteries. For a single cell, that would be a small line centered over or beside a slightly longer line. The small line would be positive and the longer line would be negative. For multiple batteries or a battery containing multiple cells (like a 9v battery or car battery), the symbol would be similar, but with several stacks of alternating short and long lines.
if your not sure where the battery is please take it to the local auto store and ask them if they can show you, they'll be happy to. ======================================================== On a Lincoln LS , the battery is in the trunk beside the spare tire
The battery for a 2005 Chevy Cobalt is located in the trunk. It can be found in a compartment beside the spare tire on the driver's side of the trunk.
It is under the drivers seat (UK) spec Mercedes ML (W164)It is beside the main battery
Under the main seat beside the battery.
Just beside the battery, bolted to a large finned alloy heat sink. Much easier to get at with the battery removed.