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Parking light will not go out when you turn off motor had to take batter cable loose

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There is a "daylight" relay thats malfuntioned on the vehicle this turns the daytime lights on and aperently yours need replaced due to relay burnout..

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Lots of power, dash lights up but no ignition power to starter, relay changed, neutral start switch changed, fuses good.


Well, looking at the schematic, there is the IGN A (Fuse 6) in the under-hood fuse block feeding power to both the ignition switch and to the NO contact of the starter relay. Turning the ignition switch to the START position sends this voltage thru the CRANK (Fuse 8) in the instrument panel fuse block and thru the PARK/NEUTRAL position switch, thru the starter relay coil to ground. This should activate the Starter relay and pass voltage to the starter solenoid to ground, activating it. One the starter solenoid activates, batter power is sent to the starter motor, activating it. If, as you say, the fuses are good, the starter relay was replaced and is good, and the Park/Neutral position switch was replaced and is good, then then only items left are the ignition switch itself, the starter solenoid/motor, or the wiring of the circuit.

Mar 12, 2015 | 2000 GMC Yukon XL

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New battery but something keeps draining it


Are the battery cables tighly fit to the battery posts?
And do they fit snugly?
Mine kept coming shaking loose when I drove and when I parked the car for a while, dead battery when I came out.
The cables that connect to the battery posts did not fit well.

Feb 11, 2015 | 2006 Hyundai Tucson

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I have a 1992 ford f250. Starts great when cold. When the engine is warm and I've parked it for a few minutes or a few hrs it experiences a very hard start. New battery, new alternator, new battery...


IF you are saying that the starter motor is sluggish to turn over as if the batter is flat or low (6cylinder) then the problem is overheating of the starter. There is a shield that is available from ford to keep air flow around the starter. I found the answer to be a high performance starter (used for worked motors) as it is not affected by the heat.

Aug 31, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Hi my 2006 Jeep Liberty won't start or turn over all keep hearing is this click sound when I turn the ignition , Plus I just replaced the battery .


Probably a starter. It sounds like the starter solenoid is working, but the starter motor is not energizing.

You could try this simple trick, but Im about 85% sure you have a bad starter.

Have a buddy help you push the vehicle in neutral for a short distance. When you get it moving at a walking pace, put the transmission in Drive, and let the vehicle come to a stop. You may hear a little clicking, but thats OK, it wont hurt anything. Put the transmission back in Park and try to start the engine again. Sometimes the starter gear gets stuck on the flywheel and it wont engage when you try to start the engine. This trick may move the flywheel a little so the starter can engage.

Mar 27, 2012 | 2006 Jeep Liberty

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Car won't start. Parked car, two hours later, got in turned key, all went dark. No dash lights. Did not even try to turn over. Battery was caroded, cleaned posts, no change. Fuses under hood all okay. ...


Hello,
Check that battery connection again real real good. If your batter was just "a little low" then there is plenty of juice to at least run your lights. For every single thing to be dead with 0 response you have a failed power feed. Check all them big power wires and their corresponding grounds. This is your problem. But just to double check the battery charger you used you may try another batter if you have one and see if the response is different. Also make sure that cable that was corroded is not corroded where it is clamps onto the power wire. Cut that clamp off and install a new cable clamp as needed.
Regards, Tony

Apr 25, 2011 | 2001 Ford Mustang

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1994 subaru legacy wagon. Parking lights won't turn off, even with the engine off and key removed. Any idea what's causing this? thanks


If this is the first time that this has happened, check for the wiring. The wiring for the parking lights may be grounded or gone bad or needs replacement. Check for loose wiring from the lights to the box inside the engine bay. if there are no issues there you may inspect the wiring in the steering column for the same,

If someone did else did the wiring for the car the park light may have been connected either directly to the batter or to a hotwire or power connection that not go to the keys. Check for electrical in your car that works without the key. The park light may be tapped to it or they may have come in contact due to wiring problem.

Apr 07, 2011 | 1994 Subaru Legacy Outdoor

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Hi my jeep 2.5l clicks but wont start... i think i might be the starter but not sure.... my lights turn on and the wipers work . HELP!


it might be the battery as well. Some batterys will get weak and have enough juice to run lights and small items but not enough to turn the engine over. I would have the battery tested. Have you tried to have it jumped.

Feb 04, 2011 | Jeep TJ Cars & Trucks

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I have a 94 ford explorer. While driving down the


Probably a loose wire. Make sure batter cables are tight and check for lose ground wires.

Aug 13, 2009 | 1994 Ford Explorer Limited

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