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Re: left over night-47 topaz will not turn over battery...
Pull your plugs out and see if they smell like gas. If they do, put a new set of plugs in it, (if they don't, put them back in), hold the accelerator totally to the floor till the car starts, then back off the acc. Holding the acc to the floor cuts the fuel off to the injectors and it will help in starting the engine in cold weather.
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Well start with seeing if battery good or needs or has charge..also clean battery posts and connections..then check fuses in cab and under hood ..should after that have some kind of power or I indication of power..try that..then go from there..if I can help just message me ..good luck
As gasoline sits idle for that length of time, it turns into shellac. this in turn plugs up the orifices in the carb, use a good quality carb cleaner, or fuel injector cleaner as the case maybe. follow the directions carefully. You may have to do this a couple of times. Good Luck
HI. This relay is very hard to locate. It is located just to the left of the battery ,as you are looking face down at it. It will be tucked up against the left radiator support, near the headlight. look in between the battery and the radiator and you should see it there.
the solenoid will maje no noise or just a click if bad. if good you will hear the sound of the inner plunger retracting with a poping noise
jump the solenoid wire to the battery cable to the starter and see if it works
Ok when you turn the key to start it do you hear a high pitch whine for like 1 to 2 seconds if you do it is not your fuel pump. If you do not hear it then you might be correct. I have never changed it but i believe it is under the rear seat not too certain which side. Before you get that far though have you checked any of your battery components or starter? It may be a simple solution