Question about Cars & Trucks
If everything is operational except the car will not crank, then your problem most likely is the starter. Jack up car, put on a jack stand, ensure it is positioned on real metal, under the lower control arm for the driver wheel is good. Looking at the starter, in the front of the motor on the driver side, you will see the big wire coming from the battery, and a little wire with a connector.
Using a screwdriver, touch the metal parts of the starter solenoid (where the wires attach to the starter) together. The connections where each of these wires connect to the starter. The car will crank if the starter is good. If not, the starter is bad. 13mm for big wire, and unplug connector. ENSURE DISCONNECT BATTERY before disconnecting wire. 14mm nut and bolt hold starter to car. let me know.
Posted on Jan 21, 2013
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