Question about 1990 BMW 3 Series
Check you battery 1st.. If it's good or not.. If it's good.. Change your starter motor
Posted on Dec 28, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2006 bmw330i
1) Look in the trunk, near the hatshelf for the connector that hooks to the rear window, to make sure that it is connected, AND that it receives electricity when activated from the dashboard. If it receives 12 volts or so, then inspect visually the resistance lines in the window, and check that they are not scratched or broken. Electricity will not flow if those lines arent continuous. I am assuming that you checked for broken fuses first. Broken lines can be repaired.
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks Wabbit, this should be a good place to start. I haven't check the fuse yet. Is it safe to pull the fuse out while the battery is hooked up? "
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First thing to do is check the power to starter with a volt meter.
A. From the battery to starter positive cable check to see if you have continuity.
B. Check the voltage at starter. Red lead of tester to the positive connection and the black lead from meter to a good ground.
Results should be: A. continuity And B. !2 volts
If the results of the above or not what your results are then stop and write to me. If your results are as above continue on to the second test.
Second thing i need you to do is get a Hammer
Now do you know where the starter is ? OK (see diagram)
you will need someone to help you- have this person get in the truck key in ignition -- you go to starter hammer ready holler START ENGINE then tap on the starter with hammer. Will it start?
Now tap the solenoid . It is the little round container on top of starter tap that too. Will it start?
This is an easy way to see if the truck starts if so starter is bad.
Ok We have a service Bulletin on this model for no crank .
NO CRANK: STARTER TERMINAL FATIGUE
1997-2007 Crown Victoria
1997-2004 F-150 Heritage
1998-2006 E-S e?es
1999-2006 F-Super Duty
2007 Explorer Sport Trac
1997-2007 Grand Marquis
Some vehicles may exhibit a no crank condition due to an
open circuit in the starter relay
to starter motor circuit at the starter motor connection.
Follow the Service Procedure steps to correct the condition.
A new starter terminal wiring pigtail kit is released
eliminating the need to replace the
entire harness for the terminal connection.
TERI?INAL Kit ONLY SERVICES THE STARTER RELAY TO STARTER
CIRCUIT. THE KIT DOES NOT SERVICE STARTER MOTOR BAHERY POWER
Refer to instruction sheet contained in Wiring Pigtail Kit
for wiring harness service
REFERENCE THE APPROPRIATE WORKSHOP MANUAL SERVICE SECTION 303-06
FOR REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF THE STARTER MOTOR WIRING
WARRANTY STATUS: Eligible under Provisions of New Vehicle
OPERATION DESCRIPTION TII?
06l9l4A Install Wiring Pigtail kit (Do 0.4 Hr.
Not Use With 14200A)
MT061914 Claim Additional Labor Actual
Required As Actual Time
Or Use SLTS Operation If
BASIC PART NO. CODE
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Regards, Lee Davidian
Nov 07, 2010 | 2003 Lincoln Navigator
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