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Starter runs constantly when u connect the battery just replaced the engine in my 99 gmc jimmy. cant find pinched wires, we think its a ground problem. but dont know where to start looking

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    IF YOU DISCONNECT THE PURPLE STARTER SOLENOID LEAD DOES IT STOP RUNNING?

  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    have a 2007 gmc 1500 replaced transmittion and when putting the starter in forget to redisconect the battery ground starter on the frame now wont start and running lights stay on ????

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Check the wire from the battery at the starter there is a tab to keep it from spinning when you tighten the nut,it may be touching the other nut on the solenoid causing the starter to spin.You can also remove the wire on the solenoid that engages it then it should not spin.If it does it is a starter problem

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Fig. 5: The starter motor on later model 4.3L engines is retained by two long bolts
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Raise and support the front of the truck safely using jackstands.
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Disconnect the wire at the starter selnoid, it's easiler to reach than at the ignition switch. If it no longer cranks, you know that you now have have of your problem fixed.

If that is the problem, it has to be from the firewall down to the engine. You didn't do anything under the dash. Right?

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