Question about Cars & Trucks
Recently bout 6 weeks ago replaced the ignition switch. Kinda thinking this could be the neutral safety switch. How can I bypass for diagnostics?
To bypass, a battery cable is connected to the starter solenoid. The starter solenoid also has a small wire that activates the solenoid when this small wire is energyzed. The basic method to bypass the key switch circuit is to connect, tap for contact, between the battery wire and the small wire terminal.
Some starter solenoids are mounted on the starter motor, others may be located on a fender well in the engine compartment.
The starter solenoid relay is a remote electric switch. The starter uses a huge wire and amount of juice, so a relay is used so a small wire and small amount of juice is used for the starter key switch and other safety and security switches.
Posted on Apr 28, 2015
Hi Frank , what make vehicle ? Do you have any warning lights lit on the dash , SECURITY maybe ? Check engine light ? Did you check to see if there is battery voltage at the starter solenoid ? Did you check if there is A starter relay ?
Posted on Apr 26, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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