You have a problem with a 1993 f150 6 cylinder starter engages for about 2 turns then seems to backfire and shuts down?
It sounds like the timing is bad. You'll need to have a mechanic check it.
It's probably part of the starter itself. Look to see where the BIG positive wire from the battery goes. I'll bet it goes to a little cylinder that is part of the starter. This little cylinder is the relay and starter solenoid that engages the starter gear into the flexplate as it closes the relay to the starter to turn the engine over. TommyTrouble
Have 351 windsor two of them a 1986 and 1990 both with same problem when the starter engages it slips on the fly wheel replaced starter and fly wheel and it still does it never had this problem onford?
Why is 1994 Isuzu Rodeo starter clicking. The starter solenoid clicks then the starter motor engages. HAYNES quotes problem is battery or starter solenoid contacts or starter motor connections.Ideas?
Take the steering column housing off (usually held by 4 screws from the bottom) and remove the starter cap from the back of the ignition cylinder. In a Nissan, the ignition cylinder usually has a T shaped pin which turns the starter. if you can start your vehicle by turning the starter cap with a screw driver, you probably don't have an issue with the starter.
The starter on a vehicle is always located directly in between the engine and the transmission. When a starter engages, it kicks out a rotating gear that meets with the flywheel of the vehicle, which is also a major component that mates the engine and transmission together. Different vehicle manufacturers mount this component on either the driver or passenger side, depending on the model.
If you haven't had a minor tune-up lately, I'd start by checking your spark plugs and wires. As long as it's cranking, it doesn't sound too serious like a starter. Check fuel filter while you're at it. i recently had a similar problem on my 87 celica. if the starter solenoid engages (the dash lights dim but the starter does not engage) then you may have a "dead spot" on your starter windings. replacing the…
What should you check next if you already replaced the battery and the starter and your vehicle still will not start?
Since you changed your battery and starter I'm assuming you are getting fuel and spark is your problem. You should check your starter relay, the wires from the relay to your starter, the wires from your battery to the relay, the wires from your locking cylinder to the relay, and your locking cylinder. You might also check your alternator. You can take it to a parts store to have it bench tested for free.
What made you think any of those parts were bad? Or is this just a case where you were taking the "shotgun approach" to automotive repair? Many people seem to think that if you replace enough parts you'll eventually find the faulty part, but unfortunately that approach often leads to MORE problems. If a part wasn't installed properly it can introduce ANOTHER failure, making it even more difficult to diagnose the original problem. Try this…
Why won't your 1993 Chevy Silverado 1500 turn over but dash lights come on Battery cables are clean but still won't start?
replace starter motor Check voltage AT THE STARTER SOLENOID. If there is a good connection at the LARGE connector to the starter solenoid, next check the voltage from the keyswitch to the small wire on the starter solenoid. That's the cylindrical thing attached to the starter. If you have voltage to the small solenoid wire when someone engages the starter at the keyswitch, AND you have a good connection directly from the battery to the…
When you try to start your Prizm you have to repeatedly turn to start position until it finally engages the starter The other morning the starter would not disengage even after turning the key to off?
Intermittent Failure of Starter to Work I am not experienced nor familiar with your vehicle, but... The problem you describe is not uncommon. There could be several causes, and without personally doing a "hands-on" troubleshooting" of your vehicle, NO ONE here can be sure of the specific defect or cause. Based on your description of symptoms, I suspect that the cause may be either: A defective starter solenoid, IF mounted on the starter, Worn out…
Why does your Subaru Forester starter motor just spin but not engage the first couple of times when it's cold When it's warm it engages fine?
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?
Not sure of the location.. not particularly familiar with that vehicle. You should always be getting power at the 30 pole with the test light. With the key in the start position, you should see power at the 86 pole. Take a jumper wire and jump power from the 30 pole to the 87 pole. If the starter engages but didn't with the relay installed, there's your problem. If it doesn't, run the test light…