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Relay switch Was told my ignition isn't starting continuosly due to relay switch. looked in fuse area but not on diagram. where are they?

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  • j5ofdom Dec 23, 2008

    Every once and a while when i turn the ignition the car will click but won't start. At those time I've discovered I need to practically stand on the clutch to get it to turn on.

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Usually starter relays are the first thng that the positive (usually red color or + sign) battery cable goes too. 

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