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Engine want turn over. power is good starter is good. can it be main relay

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Check main relay & fuseable link or ecm fuse

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2002 town and country will not start intermittently. Been checked out at garage. Say they cannot find anything. Most times when try to start all warning lights come on.


Will not start how intermittently ? The engine won't turn over or engine does turn but won't start . Starter relay , lose connection . Checking power an grounds would be the first place to start , voltage drop test the main electrical circuits . Voltage Drop Testing the Starter

The starter circuit control is achieved by the starter motor relay ! It is located in the under hood fuse/ relay box or as Chrysler calls it ,integrated power module ! If you pull out the relay an look on the bottom where the pins stick out you will see four sets of numbers .30,87 an 85,86 ! 30 is B+ voltage . 87 is to the starter solenoid . If you jumped those two spots where the relay plugs into the starter would crank the engine over . The last two 85 an 86 are the control side .If you checked with a volt meter where 86 plugged into ,with key on it would show B+ voltage . The last pin is from the PCM - engine computer . When turning the key to start a signal is sent to the PCM to let it know crank has been requested , in return the PCM supplies a ground to pin 85 energizing the starter motor relay sending B+ voltage to the starter motor cranking over the engine . Here is another video on test from the relay base (where relay plugs into ) This is for a horn circuit but same thing . VEHICLE RELAYS Testing from the relay base The relay could be going bad , you never know .Replacing the relay mite not be a bad idea . Good luck , hope this helps !

Jul 23, 2016 | 2002 Chrysler Town & Country

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How do I fix my van that will not start?


Hi James , you say you swapped relays ? The problem with that is you need to check for power an control at the relay socket . If you look on the bottom of the relay you will see four numbers , 30,87 an 85 ,86 . 85 an 86 are the control side of the relay . one of those two will have voltage an the other side goes to the PCM-engine computer . When you turn you key to start the vehicle a lot of things have to be right for the engine computer to energize that relay. No anti-theft system problems is the main one . Pin 30 should have battery voltage , pin 87 goes down to the S terminal on the starter solenoid . you can take a jumper wire an jump 30 an 87 the starter should crank over the engine - not start an run , just crank the engine over . There are a few good videos on youtube on starter system trouble shooting , pictures are better then me telling you. Good luck hope this helps

Nov 23, 2015 | 2007 Dodge Grand Caravan SXT Minivan

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ENGINE WON'T TURN OVER WHEN I TRY TO START ALL POWER TO WIPERS AND RADIO IS GONE STARTER CHECKS GOOD REPLACED IGNITION STILL NO POWER TO STARTER CHECKED ALL FUSES ALL CHECK GOOD THIS IS A 1994 QUE


Assuming the engine is not locked up, can you crank it in neutral ?
There is a neutral safety switch in the circuit that could have failed.
There are also two relays in the circuit that would need to be checked.

Feb 17, 2013 | 1994 Nissan Quest

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I just replaced a starter in a 1999 jeep grand cherokee and it doesn't start?could I have done something wrong,? and if so what could be wrong ?


What you likely did wrong was to assume the starter was bad without doing any testing. So, do you have power at the main lead of the starter? When the key is turned to "start" is there power at the small terminal next to the main one there? Have you checked the relay in the power distribution center (and fuses)? Is the neutral safety switch good? Is the ignition switch and wiring good? Is the battery fully charged and was it load tested? are the terminals clean and secure? (both ends of each). Unless you can verify these items, it is easy to mis-diagnose a starter problem. Also: Can you turn the engine by hand? Chances are it's good, but the new starter could also be defective!

Jun 25, 2010 | 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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When trying to start 2000 Jetta, the relay clicks but Engine does not crank. Removed the battery and connected the battery cables to another car (which was running). Relays click a little bit more rapidly...


Sounds like a flat battery, it will have enough power to kick in the starter solenoid [the clicking noise] but not enough to turn engine over. Best to fit a battery that you know is good into the vehicle. If the fault still persists the starter could be faulty. To check the starter bridge the main battery power terminal [30] on the starter solenoid and the smaller terminal [50] also on the solenoid [power from ignition switch]. The starter should turn. MAKE SURE VEHICLE IS IN NEUTRAL WHEN DOING THIS AND TAKE CARE NOT TO BRIDGE POWER CABLES TO STARTER HOUSING.

Jun 04, 2010 | 2000 Volkswagen Jetta TDI

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I have a 2000 Jeep Cherokee sport and it just won't turn over. It has full power inside and a brand new battery.


You need to begin testing at the battery using a volt meter. Power requirement of interior is far lower than the starter needs. Check battery for 12v, check that posts & terminals are clean and secure, Check starter relay in the power distribution center, make sure grounds are good at the engine end. Check for 12v at the starter main terminal and 12v at the starter trigger wire with the key in the start position. (if you have both, likely starter has failed,) if power only at main terminal, re-check relay, and also test neutral safety switch and ignition switch.If no power at main terminal go back to the battery and re-test everything between again.

Nov 25, 2009 | 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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I have a jeep tj 4.0 2005. When I try to start it nothing happens. The starter does not turn and i have changed the battery for a new 1. I have checked my grounds on my starter and also the fuse ive...


First, using a digital volt/ohmmeter, check the power at the main lead on the starter. It should read full battery voltage. If not check all connections at the battery and to the starter. Next, check the small trigger wire on the starter with the key turned to start. There should be 12v there as well. If not, Check the starter relay and the ignition switch. If you have 12v at the main wire and the trigger wire, replace the starter, providing that you can turn the engine by hand.
I can't tell you what has failed but I've just told you how I'd find the problem.
Good luck!!

Oct 15, 2009 | 2005 Jeep Wrangler

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Won't start good battery but I hear a click but won't turn over..


Check for a good ground at engine end of negative cable. check starter end of positive as well. Click tells you that either the starter relay is getting signal from key switch and is not responding or that starter solenoid (on starter) is doing the same. If there id 12v at the starter main lead and 12v at the smaller starter terminal with key in start position, change the starter.(providing good ground and connections have been verified) If there is no power at small lead, suspect the relay has failed.(in power distribution box near battery)

Mar 17, 2009 | 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Engine won.t turn


hi can you turn engine over by hand [engine s not sezied ] and how did you test the battery and how did you test starter because if the engines not seized and you put a jump lead from your positive terminal off a good battery to a starters main terminal and it wont, turn over the starters faulty or there is no engine earth so connect the other jump lead from the negative battery teminal to the engine block and try again it will turn over if the starters good if the starter turns over with the jump leads check the small terminal on the starters wire is live when someone turns the ignition key if it is and the starter does not turn over then the soleniod on the starter is faulty if no live at small terminal then the ignition switch or starter relay are faulty best of luck yates2104546

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