Question about 1994 Chevrolet Cavalier
Motor won't crank. Took starter out and had it tested. Starter is good. The solenoid is attached to starter. Tested all wires to conductivity. All good. Fuses all good. Do not know how to test relays. Turned ignition switch to start position and checked for power to starter. There is about 13 volts. Do not know what steps to take next. Also, when the ignition switch is turned on, power does go to fuel pump and accesories.
Although your ignition switch would have power go to the accessories, it still could not turn over. it happened to me, after a week of trouble shooting i went and found a starter button and spliced it into the ignition wires to see if that was the problem, lo and behold i turned the key on to run and pressed the button. and she fired right up.. if you know anyone with mechanical skill. its pretty simple to set up. took me 10 min to do.
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
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