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What would cause an electrical problem after replacing the starter?


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2004-09-07 10:49:26
2004-09-07 10:49:26

Something was done incorrectly. Retrace the repair.


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I had the same problem. I took it to a mechanic and they told me it was the ignition switch.

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There is an electrical problem between the starter switch and the starter solenoid. The most likely cause is a loose connection at the solenoid or the fusable link has melted.

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You need to be more specific about your problem. If it fails to crank, it could be it is not installed properly. Shims may be needed to make sure it engages the fly wheel gears properly.If it cranks, but does not start, then there are many electrical problems that could cause this. This begs the question, did it run OK before replacing the starter?

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I was researching this problem. After replacing the starter and solenoid, I still had the same problem. Someone suggeste the switch could be sticking. I sprayed liquid wrench into swith on column and problem is solved. Thanks to whomever makd that suggestion. I am passing this along, cause it could happen to you.

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