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I LOAD WILL NOT START OR EVEN TURN MOTOR LOCKED IN PARK

Result starter motor gone needed replacing

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Year, make and model of your vehicle would help. Then, might want to be more specific on the problems and what have you done to correct your issues.

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Any suggestions on one that will not start


If your saying the starter motor won't crank? Make sure battery has a full charge and connections all good. Check starter wiring circuits. I'd have to make sure security system doesn't have a problem?
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All your saying is the battery is no good, or
you never tested it, or had it load tested

Same for the starter,it may be gone

Any time you need to jump a battery on todays
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connected,the electronics don't like that

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Sound's like you might have blown the motor but don't worry first check the oil to make sure that it is not grey colored if it is then you have water in it that is a blown motor but check the starter to make sure that it is working and that the engine is not locked up you can do this by turning the fly wheel from the starter but you have to remove the starter so that you can get to it if the fly wheel turn's then the motor is not locked up you might have to just replace the starter

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There is a wire is the starter that needs replace but cant get to needing to know what the name of the wire is called. Its a copper wire thats connected to the starter


if it's a big wire about 1/2' thick, it is the battery cable from the battery positive post to the starter, it provides the heavy current to run the starter.
Another small wire is the 12 volts low current that activates the starter relay which in turn connects the battery cable to the starter motor.
what is starter doing or not doing?
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Starter System The starting system cranks the engine at a speed fast enough to permit the engine to start.
  • Heavy cables, connectors and switches are used in the starting system because of the large current required by the starter motor (11002) while it is cranking the engine.
  • The amount of resistance in the starting circuit must be kept to an absolute minimum to provide maximum current for starter motor operation.
  • A discharged or damaged battery (10653) , loose or corroded connections or partially broken cables will result in slower-than-normal cranking speeds. These concerns may even prevent the starter motor from cranking the engine.
  • In case of starting system difficulty, the operator may have discharged the battery before calling for assistance.
  • A road service procedure is described in this section to aid the service technician in such cases of a discharged battery .
The starting system includes the following:
  • the permanent magnet gear-reduction starter motor with a solenoid-actuated drive
  • the battery
  • a remote control starter switch (part of the ignition switch (11572) )
  • the transmission range (TR) sensor
  • the starter solenoid (11390)
  • heavy circuit wiring
Vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission have a transmission range (TR) sensor in the starter control circuit. This sensor prevents operation of the starter motor unless the transmission range selector lever is in the NEUTRAL or PARK position.
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