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Installed new solenoid on fender inside dont have any power to any thing on the car except able to start auto with positive and negitive terminals on solenoid

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The neutral safety switch is located in the shifter housing.

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Yes, it sounds like the NSS is the culprit.

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Hi I'm litoshop if you connected the wires exactly the same way the old solenoid was connected then you have a bad solenoid if the parts are not oem you can get a lot of bad after market parts I prefer original parts to avoid these kind of problems, But if your not sure about the wiring then I need to know how many wires connected to the solenoid what year and engine is your car so I can help you. if this information has been useful please let us know thank you

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your barking up the wrong gum tree witht the starter motor ,you have an electrical supply problem on the battery terminal area with more than one wire connected or a dodgy earth cable from the engine to the chassis .i would be inclined to check and fit another earth cable from a good connection on the engine -(bell housing) and run it back to battery terminal to eliminate all posibilitys .before anything else ,make you own if you have to but only use copper cable .this is my last question for tonight ,have to go pick er indoors up from work now

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You can just screw the negative wire to metel under the dash and you can use the radio power wire (red) for the 12v wire. this will let the gauges turn off when you turn the car off

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SOURCE: i need to install a starter solenoid on a 1990

Maybe you bought the wrong part, take the old part to auto parts store where you bought it and compare it. on this older model vehicles it is unusual for parts no to be the same.

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Check the battery terminals,and battery posts, they may need to be cleaned. Your local parts store sells a battery post and terminal cleaner brush. When disconnecting the battery besure not to cause any sparks and if you smoke put it out before starting any battery maintence. Take the negative terminal off first, clean but dont put it back on yet. take the positive terminal of and clean both the terminal and the battery post.. Have someone with a volt meter check the voltage in the battery, if it measures 12volts, if available, then install the positive terminal first, then the negative post last taking care not to create any sparks. Once that is done try to start the car. If it starts, you have fixed it. If not, then you will have to move on to the starter solenoid.on the left inner fender, the other end of the positive batery terminal cable hooks to it. Again take the negative battery terminal off and replace the solenoid. Pay close attention where the wires came off of. Once you have replaces the solenoid, hook the negative terminal back on to the battery. This should take care of the problem, If not then you have to take the starter off and take it to you local parts store and have it tested they will tell you if it is bad. That is the last thing in the starting circuit that will cause the clicking noise. I hope this information help you to sovle you problem.

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Is the "s" terminal the start terminal? Is that where you are reporting the 7 volts DC? Is there 12 volts on the other side of the solenoid? This 7 volts, you read this with the key turned to the vehicle 'start' position and the starter wold not turn over? Is this the terminal where the big cable goes to the starter? If yes, I would suggest there is an internal problem with the solenoid. To prove, with a battery jumper cable, jump one side to the other. IF YOU DO THIS - MAKE SURE THE TRUCK IS IN PARK OR NEUTRAL (STICK). THE STARTER MOTOR WILL TURN THE ENGINE OVER (AND IF A STICK AND IN GEAR, THE CAR WILL LEAP) BUT THE ENGINE WILL NOT RUN BECAUSE THE IGNITION IS OFF.

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