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What is causing my starter to engage while the motor is running and won't quit until you unhook the battery?


Ouch! Sounds like the Bendix on the starter motor could have been damaged, or possibly the starter relay. I'd check the relay first. With ignition and engine off. pull the small terminal on the relay terminal Labeled "S" for start. It is next to the Battery terminal. (See enlarged pix on the link below.) Next, try to start the engine. It should not even try. Then, reconnect the starter wire to the relay. Have a friend start the engine and then pull the wire from the "S" terminal. If pulling the wire kills he engine, the you probably have a bad ignition switch. If the starter motor is still engaged with engine running, then I'd suspect a stuck relay or stuck Bendix. Since the relay is the cheaper component of the two (10 to 25 bucks), I'd change the relay. If the relay doesn't remedy the situation, It's time to replace the starter/Bandix.

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Apr 05, 2015 | 1984 Ford Bronco II

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My 2011 GMC Sierra the heater will not come when I remote start it but turn key on it will come on


If the heater blower circuit was not connected to the bypass relays of the remote starter unit, then it will not work. Some lower grade aftermarket remote starters do not have relay bypass for the accessory circuits (heater and A/C) in order to save a buck or two. If it is a factory remote start, then the heater should work.

Dec 15, 2014 | GMC Sierra Cars & Trucks

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Wontstart fuse mayby


The starter relay is a frequent cause of this issue. Here's a link:
http://www.z1motorsports.com/product_info.php?cPath=&products_id=3021

Price is ~= $20 bucks. When these relays fail the starter will not operate.

Oct 23, 2011 | 1990 Nissan 300ZX

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My 1996 Buck LeSabre won't turn over. I took the starter off and had it checked, it was fine. I checked the starter fuses and all was fine. \ Cabling was fine to the starter, voltage was 12.54...


Be sure the AIR BAG/VATS fuse 10 amp, is good. there is a STARTER ENABLE RELAY up high on the left of the steering column. I ASSUME the anti theft light is not flashing?" at the STARTER ENABLE RELAY the YELLOW wire is hot in the crank mode and comes out large PURPLE to the starter. the small purple wire is hot in the crank mode if the fuse (air bag/vats) is good. the small yellow is grounded through the park switch and the VATS module (anti theft)

Sep 21, 2011 | Buick LeSabre Cars & Trucks

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The starter went on the 1997 Jetta GLS I've been driving. I am broke and need to figure out how to fix it myself. How do I go about this?


most starts only have to bolts..MAKE SURE TO TAKE THE BATTERY TERMINAL OFF FIRST..unbolt the starter and the wires to it..i have a shop close to my house that fixes starters and alternaters..usually about 5 or 10 bucks cause the brushes go bad..make sure u check the starter relay under the hood first as well as the soleniod either on the starter or somewhere in between..relays r about $10 and soleniods r about $20 or $30..if u hold ur ear to the relay while someone turns the key it will click..or u can pull it and put 12 volts through the coil side in it and test the switch side for continuity..the starter shop can tell u if the soleniod is bad..hope this helps u..i know how it is when times r tight..

Jan 23, 2011 | Volkswagen Jetta Cars & Trucks

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Bought a new alternator and battery for a 2002 chevy silverado 1500 but the truck still wont start wont even fire period and it not the starter


Check the starter relay. It is in the distribution box under the hood on the driver's side. Of the two relays in the first row (towards the engine), it should be the relay on the right. It is a Heller 3614 relay.
You can get these at any good parts store, about 10-15 bucks.
If it's not the relay (check it like this: the relay next to it on the left is the same relay, used for the lighting circuit...swap them, and if it starts, but you don't have your lights, the relay is bad), move on to the ignition switch.
These are not fun, so pray it's the relay.

Feb 17, 2010 | 2002 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

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1994 ignition problem, battery is charged, sometimes starts when key is turned sometimes does not. I am not sure if it is ignition switch or elswhere.


Could be ignition switch, battery/battery connection, starter, starter solenoid, or starter relay. (phew!) Remove your battery cables and clean the posts and terminals. (There's a really cheap and easy-to-use tool for this that works VERY well. Cheap as in 1-2 bucks.) Get your battery checked, too. Just in case. If you're pretty good with stuff like this, remove the ignition switch and hotwire it. If it starts every time, it's your switch. If not that, replace your starter relay. Cheap and easy. If not that, Get your starter/starter solenoid checked at a parts store for FREE. (You'll have to remove it, but most can DIY.) Good Luck.

Dec 04, 2009 | Buick Century Cars & Trucks

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1992 LS 400 Lexus. Car wouldn't start. New battery, thought was fuse problem, but no, towed in and mechanic says need new starter but starter under the engine block, will need new gasket for block after...


remove black plastic relay cover in plastic underhood fuse box and activate relay9006980.jpg with a very small screwdriver and ignition on. If starts, obviously the starter is fine, if not the starter is indeed bad and needs replacement so hold onto your ankles cuz it's gonna hurt.

Mar 01, 2009 | 1992 Lexus Ls 400

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