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My 2003 navigator no crank no start all lights come on in dash everything works jus want crank no start.


Do you know what's involved in making a starter engage an spin the engine over ? Do you know what a wiring diagram is ? Looking at a wiring diagram an using a DVOM - digital volt ohm meter to test the starter electrical circuits is how to find the problem . Free wiring diagrams here http://www.bbbind.com/free-tsb Enter vehicle info. Year , make , model an engine . Under system click on engine then under subsystem click on starting . Click the search button then the blue link. Looking at the diagram i see a few componets that could fail an cause a no crank condition . Testing to see if B+ voltage get's down to the solenoid S terminal on the starter ,using a test lamp , DVOM while someone try's to crank the engine would be a good test . Or at the starter relay ,do you know about automotive relay's an how there work . The only problem with this on your vehicle is the location of the relay . Behind the right or left kick panel inside the vehicle .
Here is a video on how a relay works . The only difference on your vehicle ,pin #85 goes to the PCM . On the video it goes to the horn switch . The PCM will supply a ground to pin #85 if no anti-theft system problems exsist .
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Trip wire ????? The starter circuit is computer controlled . The ignition switch to start send's B+ voltage to the transmission range switch , if in park or neutral the B+ voltage goes to the starter relay coil side an on to the PCM - engine computer .If not problems with the anti-theft system the PCM supply's a ground which will energize the relay an close the contacts inside sending B+ voltage to the S terminal on the starter solenoid engaging an spinning the engine over . Do you know what a wiring diagram is ? How to use one to locate testing point's in a electrical circuit ? Do you know what a relay is an how it works ? Free wiring diagrams here http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html Enter vehicle info. year , make , model an engine size . Under system click on engine ,then under subsystem click on starting .Then click the search button ,then the blue link . Do you have an know how to use a DVOM - digital volt ohm meter .
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If it worked a few times, the wiring is probably correct. Your symptom indicates a low battery or bad connection. Clean and tighten battery terminals as well as where the cables connect to the engine and starter. Try jump starting. If it jump starts, check the voltage at the battety with the truck running. Voltage should be at least 14vdc. If not, remove the alternator and have it tested at your local parts store.


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The ignition switch does not go to the starter solenoid . Pin 87 at the starter relay sends B+ voltage to the starter relay . Do you know what a starter relay is an how it works ? The ignition switch is an input to the PCM - engine computer . When the PCM sees this B+ voltage from the switch it energizes the starter relay sending B+ voltage to the starter solenoid . http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html free wiring diagrams !

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Two heavy gage red wires one from the battery the side goes to the starter . The other is red with a light blue stripe ( small gage wire) Goes to small terminal . Starter solenoid located on inner fender ,engine compartment , not on top of starter ?
You can go to www.bbbind.com/ for free wiring diagrams . On the home page click on technical information five box will come up . Click on tsb's an free wiring diagrams . On the next page go to bottom an click on I agree . Next page click wiring diagrams an then enter your vehicle make, model ,year , engine size. Then under system click on engine , then subsystem click on starting ,then click search . Then click on the blue links one at a time . Do you know how to read a wiring diagram ? At the top you can zoom in closer an on the sides click on the arrows to expand the diagram right an left . The first diagram if you look on the left side near the battery you will see the starter relay has three wires going to it. Good luck hope this helps >

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You put the positive battery cable on the starter? I don't know how you could get that wrong, so the battery is hot at the starter there, and as soon as the small wire on the starter solenoid activates the solenoid (it should with the key in start, the only time that small wire has power on it) then the battery is connected directly to the starter motor and the engine should crank.


Find a wiring diagram of the start circuit for your vehicle, and trace the circuit from the start position of the ignition switch to the starter solenoid. There may be a starter relay involved, there surely will be a park/neutral safety switch or a manual clutch switch depending on the transmission you have, and there may be a theft deterrent module that is involved or maybe not. You will need a wiring diagram to diagnose it and a voltmeter would be very helpful. Post back with year, make, model, and engine size- I might be able to look at a wiring diagram, or send you a link.

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I don't have a diagram but the starter always has a connection to the battery. Follow battery connections and you will find the starter. It is always on the opposite side of the engine that the belts are on.

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Have a 2006 equinox lt. Will not turn over. Battery and connections are all good. Took starter to have tested they said it was bad. Bought a new one installed it making sure all connections were good....


Looking at a wiring diagram to see what all is involved in the starter circuit's an testing with a DMM - digital multi-meter is how you go about diagnosing this . Free wiring diagram's here http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html Enter vehicle info. year , make , model an engine size . Under system click on engine ,then under subsystem click on starting . Click the search button then the blue like. Looking at the diagram i see a starter relay ,ignition switch , PCM - engine computer ,the starter . The starter should have only two wire's , heavy gage red - this is B+ voltage for the starter . A smaller gage purple wire - this is the control wire . Do you know how a relay work's ? video's on youtube showing how . If the computer see's an input from the park neutral safety switch on no anti-theft system problems it will supply a ground for the starter relay , sending B+ voltage to the starter solenoid engaging the starter an spinning the engine over .

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Disconnect the ( - ) of the battery.
There are 2 wires on the starter, one lugged - can be pulled off, the other needs a 13mm(0.5 inch) wrench.
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