Question about 1994 Plymouth Acclaim
I drove my car the other day around my small town! Came home parked it! Went out the next day and it would not start! Battery is fine! When I asked a mechanic what she thought, she told me to check the starter! I am having trouble getting to the starter! I am wondering if anyone can help me get to the starter so I can test it! Thanks!
I would check and make sure the connections to the starter are tight first. try tightening the big cable that goes from the battery to the starter. try to tighten both ends. try to tighten the battery cables them selves too. rule this out first before removing the starter because you could remove the starter and it may test fine and you will feel like putting it into a shop when the whole time the connections were not good enough. remember that DC current or battery power really needs very good connections when it comes to hi power items especially like a starter. if the battery connections are a lil loose the dome light and radio ( small power items will many times still work)
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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