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SOME TIMES MY PASSPORT WON'T CRANK. I HAVE GOTTEN IT TO CRANK BY TAPPING ON THE STARTER RELAY UNDER THE HOOD. NOW THAT WON'T WORK. WAS GOING TO CHECK THE STARTER WIRES, BUT COULDN'T FIND THE STARTER. WHERE IS THE STARTER ON THIS VEHICLE?

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you have preformed a auto techs most advanced way of testing a relay, if you tapped it and it worked after that then the relay is bad not the starter, there are brass contacts inside the relay and when they waer down once tapped they will contact again for a bit, so replace the relay and your problem will be fixed

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