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Not getting power to the starter just replaced the harmonic balan

No power to starter I checked the relay switch it is good any ideas on where my problem can be?

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Check the solinoid of your starer maybe he does not working if it is not replace it at once.

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I'm not to familuar with this year, but hear are some ideas. First the starter relay. check the relay to make sure it is good. easiest way is to swap it with another one around it. Also check to see if there is an ASD relay(auto shut down) If there is you will also have to check this one. the power runs threw the asd to the starter relay. check for power at the relay sockets, with the key in the start position you should have power at 2 sockets. The other sockets, 1 will got to the stsarter solenoid, the other to ground.
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Hello, You need to check the Starter Relay. The Starter Relay connects the Battery to the Starter when you turn the Key to Start. There are 1 or 2 small wires that connect on the Starter Relay.

The idea is the Key sends power to the small wire to make the Starter Relay work. You need to test the Starter Relay. Have your car in Neutral and out of gear. You can use a jumper cable and bypass the Starter Relay by connecting one end of the Single jumper cable to the terminal connector from the Battery where it mounts on the Starter Relay. The other end will be live, hot, and full of power so watch where you lay it.

Then there will be sparks when you touch the end of the jumper cable to the mounting connector coming from the Starter where it bolts onto the Starter Relay. The Starter should crank. This will mean the new Starter is good. You can use any metal tool to bypass the Starter Relay if you do not have a jumper cable. Be Careful, the tool can melt and burn you.

One final test is needed. The small wires I mentioned earlier are important to making the Starter Relay work. You need to see if the small wire is getting power when the Ignition Key is turned to Start. You need a test light or Voltmeter to show if the small wire is providing power. If the small wire is providing power, then you need to replace the Starter Relay and you are good to go.

If you are not getting power through the small wire, then you must trace down the problem. There is a Safety switch on the clutch linkage or Brake linkage which must be pressed before it lets the Starter work. This is called an Interlock switch. There can also be a safety switch in the shift linkage which must be in Neutral before allowing the Starter to work. These get power from the Ignition switch which may also be bad.

You most likely fixed the problem just by replacing the Starter Relay. If you do not want to test, just buy a Starter Relay. I gave you extra information for bad switches and how to pinpoint the problem and this time you might not need to know this stuff.

I hope my solution is very helpful to you.

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Did you buy or borrow a REAL factory service manual ? Get one.

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