Most likely: Bad bendex spring or starter solenoid. May be replaceable independently, but frequently integral part of starter. But, before anything else just make sure all your connections, including those at the battery, are clean and tight.
The starter is stuck or apparently engaged, replace the starter to eliminate your problem.
Remove the positive battery cable from your 1999 Chevrolet Corvette at battery. Remove the starter cables from the front of the starter. Remove the starter retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new starter.
== == Try tapping on the solenoid(smaller cylinder attached to starter) while someone tries to start it. If it starts then the solenoid is bad and the entire starter solenoid needs to be replaced.
I have a 1979 corvette and had the same problem. what I did was change the starter and the battery. it starts better than my new car.
Remove the positive cable from your 1975 Chevrolet Corvette battery. Remove the two cables from the front of the starter. Remove the starter retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new starter.
Remove the positive cable from your 1995 Chevy Corvette battery. Remove the cables from the front of your old starter. Remove the starter retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new starter.
You should begin by removing the positive cable from your 1988 Chevy Corvette battery. Remove the cables from the front of the starter. Remove the three starter retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new starter.
I means you have a battery problem or a starter problem or dirty/loose battery cable connections. If the battery is operating the starter and the starter is turning the engine over but the engine won't start and run, you may have a spark problem or a fuel problem.
That depends upon what the starter problem is. If the battery is exhausted, you can use another vehicle's battery, with jumper cables.
Starter solenoid. Can be tested by bypassing with a screwdriver. Possible low battery, bad connection at battery and cables or bad starter.
When you need to replace the battery in your Viper remote starter, you a screwdriver and new battery. Open the fob using the screwdriver by inserting it in the grove to pry the two parts open. Locate the battery and remove it, then replace it with the new one. Put the two parts of the fob back together.
your battery is dead or the starter solenoid
Why would you hotwire. Why not fix the problem?AnswerRun a wire from the negative battery terminal to the negative on the coil.Use a screwdriver on the starter selonoid to turn over the starter and start the engine.
Yes, three in fact. They are located at the battery terminal of the starter solenoid.
Hard to determine where the problem may be. If the battery is strong but the starter spins slowly, the problem is at the starter. If the starter spins freely, the problem lies elsewhere (ie, fuel system, electrical/electronic, ignition switch, etc.).
What happens the starter is so close to the exhaust that the inside of the starter expands causing the starter to lock up, recommend try and get a starter heat shield from like an aftermarket shop like auto zone or pepboys or summit racing .com or jeggs .com
Look under pass side by flywheel. it is probably on starter (if pos)
maybe juice is not getting to the starter, check starter connections and also check the battery ground wire(Neg), they can get loose
YesFirst if the starter is bad the car will not start, if it will not start it can not charge the battery.If the starter will not work it can mean there is an electrical problem that will also prevent the alternator from charging the batteryThe starter itself CAN NOT CAUSE CHARGING PROBLEMS!The extra load on the battery can ruin the battery and that can ruin the alternator. But before that NO.
You have a connection problem either at the battery cables or at the starter solenoid. It is possible that the starter solenoid is weak. Start with the battery first and work toward the starter. If the cables are at all so-so replace them. Let me know if this helps you. Mark
Check the 97 Eclipse starter solenoid. Also check the wiring for any loose connections. Since the battery and starter are goor, these are the two most likely problem spots.
My understanding is that you are hearing the starter "click" but it does not engage. If that is correct your answer is: Typically either 1. the battery isn't fully charged (either a problem with the charging system, something is running the battery down or the alternator isn't charging properly) 2. a poor electrical connection somewhere between the starter and the battery or 3. a problem with the starter or solenoid.
either the starter is worn out and needs rebuilding, or the battery is bad
In the car electrical system, the starter motor is the first stop after the battery, so the problem has to be with that.
Battery, starter, starter relay solonoid, or a charging problem i.e. alternator or voltage regulator causing battery to discharge. Or bad battery cable connection or dirty or loose battery cable connections can cause this problem. Need to investigate & narrow it down.