I was told that there is a way to by pass,,is this possible?
I have found a wire that does not look like it was hooked up,,by starter,,truck started after new moter but then would not after looking at other things,,the guy that put moter in said there is a way to by pass??but he is noware to be found,,but he looked it up on computer,please help,need trk
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Re: I was told that there is a way to by pass,,is this...
You don't say what truck, year, model, etc. When he put the motor in were any wires trapped or damaged? Don't bypass anything without good reason. Keep it as standard as possible. Sort the problem, don't create more. Get some experienced help.
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the relay command starter signal small wire at starter look at the relay youll see numbers at the legs side 30 87 are your contacts 85 86 are the relay coil make sure all contacts are clean when car wont start hook test lit between 85 86 should lit up next join 30 87 use a piece off wire car should crank if doesnt check power at pin 30 o 87 one must be hot if every check pass replace starter solenoid
probably got the little wire on the wrong terminal or the battery terminal on the wrong terminal. One of the terminals on the solenoid will have a wire going down into the starter body. If you have the positive wire from the battery on this terminal you have effectively by passed the solenoid and the starter will spin
You need to recheck your wires that you hooked up when you replaced the starter.You possibly have some that could be touching each other.If the the positive cable touches the purple wire on the solenoid the engine will turn over when you hook up the battery.Check your wiring very carefully.Hope this helps.Good luck.
When its hooked up, you should be able to put 12 volts on the little stud on the solenoid and it should start. One large stud will have 12 volts on it, so just jump it right there. Did you get the wires in the right place. The solenoid should have 1 large wire going down to the starter. Be sure the battery cables are clean and tight ( both ends) Check battery voltage when cranking, should go to 10-11 volts. Check voltage between negative terminal on battery and engine, should be ZERO when cranking. The solenoid has 2 large studs, make sure the battery positive wire and all the other wires are hooked to this stud, the other large stud should just have the wire going to the starter.
It would be a good idea if you told what brand remote starting system you are trying to use and maybe provide a link to a wiring diagram, so maybe someone can help. Most of these companies have a tech hotline, give then a call.
dose you truck have a coded key? (a chip in it?) if it does, your out of luck, the wire is ground switched and will not show anything on the volt meter. Instead, find the small wire from the starter and use that to make your connection
I checked another site that had a possible solution. It told how to check the ignition switch. After performing this check I decided to replace it. Still no go. The only other thing I could think of was possibly a loose or broken wire somewhere. After looking it over I decided that tracing the wires would be too much trouble.
My solution was to by a remote push button starter switch. I'd just run a wire from the battery to the switch and from the switch to the starter. As of this writing I'm still in the process of installing it. I did manage to "hot wire" the starter and it started fine. That's what lead me to believe the problem is in the wiring. So this remote switch should work.