Question about 1987 Suzuki Samurai
87 Samurai was starting off and on would click a bit, could jump start everytime. I let it sit for a month and it won't even click lights work, no start noise at all(small click at key ignitoin. I thought Battery got tested is good tried 2 different batteries, not battery , so I switched starter, with a used one off Extra Samurai, still nothing, got old starter tested, it was good. I've been thinkning ingnition switch. but I don't know and its 150 bucks. I was thinking of puting in Push buttton start instead of new ignition switch. But I don't know what is causeing problem( I checked the fuses, also hazard lights don't work? anyone?
Samurai's have real bad ground wires. Make sure they have clean contacts and the wires are not corroded. Also check the batteries cables (even if you have to cut into the rubber) to make sure they arnt corroded. I've had a pair corrode within themselves (corrosion build up just like on top of battery terminals).
Then google search samurai clicky starter fix.
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
I am pretty sure you have a bad solenoid on your starter. Sometimes if you tap on them while someone holds the key in start they will make contact and it will start. Best solution is replace solenoid. You can check it by having someone hold the key in start and measure the voltage from the small wire to ground, if it is bad you will have voltage but it will not even click. Hope that helps you.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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