Question about Chevrolet Camaro
Posted by Anonymous on
Sounds like your wires may have got crossed and when you went to hook it back up the solonoid got shorted out... go back to square one, follow your wires and make sure positive wires stay positive and negative wires stay negative, then hook your battery up and try, if you get just a click, is it your battery? make sure it is charged, check the ground cable at the battery, the engine, the body and the starter, still nothing? have the starter tested.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'm assuming there are 2 wires. On most starters there are 2 threaded posts. One will be chassis ground the other one will be electrically isolated on an insulated standoff, this will be the positive (usually red) wire from the starter relay which is usually somewhere close to the battery. If there is only one wire then it will be the postiive and bolting the starter in is "connecting" the ground. Make sure the mounting area is clean.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
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