Question about 2002 Suzuki XL-7
The past few days when I went to start the car it would take a second after turning on the switch to start, now when turning on the switch nothing happens. The battery is fully charged. The power windows and alarm all work fine. It wont crank at all, just dead. Thanks!
The starter solenoid has been known to stick on these cars. If you jump start the extra battery will free it up till next time (right) If this is the case replace solenoid or the whole starter. You can also bang the solenoid with a wooden broom handle if it will reach the starter not sure you can see if from above. Ignition switch would be my second item to check closer. But starter should probably fix it. When you say battery is fully charged it should have a voltage also around 12.8.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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