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Do you know how to do electrical testing using a DVOM - digital volt ohm meter ? How to use a wiring diagram to find test point's in a electrical circuit ? This how we find an fix electrical problems on automobiles . Electric Testing Techniques You Need to Know
can it be the starter ignition switch?? Guessing is not the way to a fix . TESTING is !!!!
Maybe you fried the PCM - engine computer !
http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html free wiring diagrams . Enter your vehicle info. year , make , model an engine size... Under system click on electrical distribution , then under subsystem click on power distribution . Click the search button .Then click on the blue links one at a time . Take your volt meter an check for B+ voltage into the ignition switch then in start test for B+ voltage out . And if you don't know how to test like this ,your best bet would be to take your vehicle to a qualified repair shop that does !
You don't need a diagram.Lift the car disconnect the battery and the wires to the starter solenoid remove the starter bolts and check the shims placement.Replacement starter is reverse to what is listed in removal
I checked some old diagrams for that and though they show just about everything else, the a/c part is vague...If I remember correctly, I believe the compressor gets powered through the heater control switch, to the heater relay, then to a thermal limiter switch (a small black item with two male spade connectors protruding from it.) then that side goes to the clutch terminal. The other clutch terminal is ground. Since a/c was not a "fixed" option back then, likely there is a separate diagram for that option. Hope you find a diagram, but I believe I have it right. or, darn close to it! The only ting I can't remember is where the heater relay draws power from (likely a fusable link connected to the starter battery terminal)