under hood right side,follow the pos.batt.cable to it ____________________________________________ Starter Relay Test Place transmission in Park. Apply parking brake. Check for battery voltage between starter relay battery terminal and ground. Connect jumper wire on starter relay between battery and ignition terminals. If engine does not crank, connect a second jumper wire to starter relay between ground terminal and good ground and repeat test. If engine cranks in step 3, transmission linkage is misadjusted or neutral safety switch is defective. If engine does not crank in step 3, starter relay is defective.
The starter relay is located on the battery side of the engine compartment on a 2002 F150 pick up truck. It is on the firewall close to the battery.
on bottom side of engine
Find the positive battery terminal. Follow the thick cable from that terminal and it will lead to the starter solenoid.
in the power distribution box under the hood
under the dash, above the radio. take out speedometer module to get to it
check your starter or starter relay.
Check the starter and the cable from the starter to the starter relay. Also, the relay itself. Could be any of these.
Your 1998 F150 has 3 relays for your power door locks : an all unlock relay / a driver unlock relay / and an ALL LOCK RELAY I'm guessing that the ALL LOCK RELAY has failed I'm sorry but I haven't found the location of the power lock/unlock relays on your F150 yet ( does anyone know the location of the power door lock / unlock relays on a 1998 F150 ? )
Fusable link? Check at starter solenoid
Make sure the relay is supplying the 12 volts to the starter - if so remove the starter and go get a rebuilt on to replace it or learn how to repair it yourself.
how do I disable computer on Ford 150 1998
your starter relay is pretty much your starter solenoid, its located 1 ft to the right of your battery, mounted on your firewall and has a black plastic shroud covering it. Its held on be 2 bolts, prolly 5/16, and has 2 large terminals, and has 1 small terminal coming from your ignition switch. your starter relay is pretty much your starter solenoid, its located 1 ft to the right of your battery, mounted on your firewall and has a black plastic shroud covering it. Its held on be 2 bolts, prolly 5/16, and has 2 large terminals, and has 1 small terminal coming from your ignition switch.
right above the steering wheal
Lower rear end of engine passenger side
The starter on a 97 Ford F150 4.2 V6 is located on the bottom, left side of the engine. It is bolted directly to the engine's block and receives power from the battery.
It might be due to a dead battery or to a poor cable connection to the battery.
driver side under the hood inside the power distribution box relay 3
It is located in the engine compartment on the passengers side firewall. the solenoid is located under the hood
The vacuum diagram for a 1998 Ford F150 is located in the service manual. It details how each vacuum line is routed, where the line is attached, and its function.
The 2005 Ford F1 50 flasher relay switch is located below the dashboard on the drivers side of the passenger compartment. The flasher relay switch should be labeled as such.
The diagram for a 1995 F150 relay box can be found in the owners manual of the car. It can also be found on the back of the cover to the relay box.
The starter have a bad rep But you can replace the relay and clean the connections but 9 out of 10 times it's the starter itself.
It's located on the side of the starter.
you replace it these are closed just like tin cans .. a double roll seal before 1960 they could be dissembled