It could be starter, battery, keyswitch, neutral lockout switch or electrical connections.
Possibly a neutral lockout switch, possibly a bad connection, possibly an ignition switch.
The starter relay is integrated into the starter. Have you checked the neutral lockout switch? If the neutral lockout switch is faulty or adjusted wrong the starter will never engage. It could also be that the starter wires are cross-connected. Using a volt meter, make sure you are getting voltage to the starter bendix when you attempt to start the engine. If not, start backtracking to the keyswitch to see where you DO have voltage.
On the starter. It's actually a PART of the starter. If it's not engaging at all, (no click) it could be the keyswitch, a dirty or loose connection or the neutral lockout switch.
Align the neutral lockout switch.
If it's not cranking at all, it could be the keyswitch, a bad connection somewhere, the starter or the neutral lockout switch.
Starter problems can be caused by several things: Weak battery because of battery failure or alternator that is not charging the battery. Falty connection between the battery and the starter. Solenoid failure or bad connection on the solenoid. Starter failure. Neutral lockout switch failure. Bad connection between keyswitch and starter.
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Starter lockout relay, next to the battery.
Yes, there is a lockout switch that will not allow the starter to engage if the engine is not in Neutral or Park. If that switch fails, is loose or not adjusted properly the engine will not start.
You either have the lockout on or you have a defective master switch.
If you are saying that you have reason to believe that the battery is charged, yet the starter won't crank the engine, it could be: starter, Neutral/park lockout switch, Bad electrical connection or Keyswitch.
Either the neutral lockout switch, an electrical connection or the keyswitch. If it's a stickshift it could be the clutch pedal lockout switch.
It could be the starter, keyswitch, neutral lockout switch, wiring connector or any of a number of other problems. Unfortunately you have to just track it down.
You have a starter/ignition switch mounted in the steering column and you have a starter solenoid switch that is mounted to the starter.
That appears to be the neutral safety lockout switch. You may be able to adjust the switch to make it work, or you may need to replace the switch.
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Check the battery, battery cables, keyswitch, neutral lockout switch... your old starter may be just fine (sorry to say) or the new starter may have a problem. There are too many unknowns to be able to tell you anything definitive.
Its in the key switch
solenid switch engages and disengages the bendix on the starter
Vehicle won't start - jumps the terminals on switch and vehicle starts
There is no way to look at the switch and see if it's good, you'll need to use a meter to see if the starter output is working. If you have verified that the starter circuit is ok, next test the voltage at the starter when someone tries to engage the keyswitch. If you're sure the keyswitch is ok and there is no voltage to the starter, the only other options would be either a loose connection or a faulty neutral lockout switch if it's an automatic transmission or a clutch pedal sensor if it's a stick shift.
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.
Possibly, but it can also be a loose connection, mis-aligned or failed neutral lockout switch, faulty ignition switch or a bunch of OTHER potential problems. Isolate and thoroughly diagnose the situation first. Don't just throw parts at the problem.