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On a starter for a 1966 impala there are two small terminals on the bendix one is marked r and the other s what do those letters designate

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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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Hello rodeogirl038: My name is Roger and I Will help with your question. There are several terminals at the solenoid for the starter. Two large and two small. One large terminal has a wire that goes in the top of the starter. Do not bother with this terminal. The other terminal sits above it. This is the terminal you will be concerned with. You will have the positive cable from the battery at this terminal,you will also have one or two smaller wires that have a large eyelet on them. They will also attach to the same terminal. The smaller wire with the small eyelet (purple in color)will attach to the small terminal that has the letter (S) by it. The terminal with the letter (R) should not have a wire on it.
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LOOKING AT STARTER WIRES.BATTERY CABLE POSITIVE CABLE GOES TO STARTER SOLENOID POSITIVE POST TERMINAL THAT IS THE LARGE STUD IN THE STARTER SOLENOID.. THE OTHER TWO RED WIRES WITH LARGE RING TERMINALS ALSO GOES TO THE STARTER SOLENOID POSITIVE POST TERMINAL.THE PURPLE WIRE WITH SMALL RING TERMINAL GOES TO S OR SWITCH POST TERMINAL.ON STARTER SOLENOID LOOK AT THE STARTER SOLENOID YOU WILL SEE LETTERS R AND S ON SOLENOID THE PURPLE WIRES WITH SMALL RING TERMINAL GOES TO S STUD TERMINAL ON STARTER SOLENOID.

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Installed new starter, and it won't engage, just spins up. I inherated the car, it had a new engine and clutch installed in 2009, and it has been a on going problem. thanks db.


If it just spins when you turn the key, either the Bendix gear is not kicking out the starter gear, or the flywheel/flexplate hs broken or missing teeth. Was the old starter 'shimmed'? If so, did you put the same number of shims back in when you installed the new one? It is possible your starter, even though it is new, is not working properly-rebuilt units can be defective out of the box.

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2004 marquis. the starter seems to by spinning without engaging when I turn the ignition. Can you still short the posts on the starter solenoid to get the car started>


Look under the car at the Starter. If you just have the main heavy gauge cable going to the Starter, the answer is no. The Starter is spinning and the Bendix drive is bad.

If you have Solenoid wires in addition to the heavy cable at the Starter, you can try to jump the Solenoid under the car at the Starter. If the secondary wires (small) are not providing power to the magnet that throws out the Bendix, jumping power to the magnet will make the Bendix work. You do not want the Bendix to stay engaged or you will damage the Flywheel or burn up the Starter. You might as well check the Secondary (small) wires for corrosion because the problem is outside the Starter.

If the contacts for the magnet inside the Starter are burnt, jumping the Terminals will do nothing.

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The field wire to the starter has a small eyelet connector that connects to the small terminal on the starter solenoid (sometimes marked "S").

All other wires have a large eyelet connector and they are all connected together with the battery cable to the large terminal on the starter solenoid (sometimes marked "BAT").

Sometimes the field wire to the starter is a push on type connector, and there would only be one obvious terminal on the starter solenoid that it could be connected to.

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I have a 1969 mustang 302 v8 auto, i installed a different starter with 3 terminal, a pos, a lead, and one already fixed on the starter.... i connected the pos and 2 bolts..nothing happens, it clicks the...


the older fords used a remote solinoid. the big terminal is a power all the time. the small one is the energizer and only gets hot when the key is in the start position. the third one that goes to the starter motor its self turns the motor. on the old solinoid on the fender you should find a small wire hooked to it hat only gets hot when you turn the key to start.lenghten it and attach to the small terminal on the starter. i would however see if you cant get the correct starter first, for it in my opinoin is the better system

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When the 2000 impala cools down I try to start it and it just clicks, I replaced battery and starter


It's not your starter or battery it sounds like a fuel problem to me, check and see if your fuel pump is working alright or not it seems to me that your engine is vapor locking every time your get your engine up to temp. and turn it off it's vapor locking your fuel system have your fuel pump and complete system checked out.

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I need a wiring diagram for starter solinoid on a 1989 ford f150


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