You need to replaced the starter or the alternator.
did you check your battery and alternator?
Find an ammeter to find out what the starter is pulling. If the starter is pulling too much current, you probably need to replace the starter, but don't just go off replacing parts until you test them. Apparantly that plan didn't work to well for you when you replaced the battery and alternator. Always test first!
is your battery in good condition and fully charged? is your starter good?
Indirectly. The positive cable on the battery is hooked to the starter. The other wire on the starter post goes up to the alternator.
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.
There is not a fusible link between the alternator and starter. There is a regulator on the alternator. The starter is directly connected to the battery, as is the alternator.
Only if something is wrong. Drive it to your local auto parts store and have them check the system. Most do it for free.
Is it charging, if not have you checked wiring to alternator.
Alternator on a car is for re cahrging the battery. So you can have a starter motor without a alternator but you wont get far down the road when the battery runs out of power and the car will die.
Follow + battery cable probably on top of the starter
No, your battery supplies power to the starter. However if your alternator is defective then it will not supply power to the battery and the battery will soon be depleted.
alternator and starter
When your car isn't starting the car you can't hear it while turning on the ignition. You're gonna have to check the battery and alternator as well before replacing a starter.
Check the battery cables or starter.
the positive wire that recharges the battery after being drained from the starter
Check alternator,check air filter,check fuel cut off switch.
you've got your wires crossed on your starter,
If the car will not start after replacing the battery, then the battery was not the problem. If it will not turn over, you may have a bad starter or bad connection. If it turns over but will not start you either have no fuel or no spark. You will have to determine which.
The alternator produces power to charge the battery. The battery powers the starter to turn the engine over.
yes if you dont remove the positive terminal off the battery before unistalling the starter or installing it the lead going to the starter will be hot.
You have an open connection from the large alternator output post to the starter main battery post or fuses blown or circuits open feeding the alternator control wiring.
The first step is to unhook the battery.