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I think starter went out few people stated that the pin associated with the starter was not all the way in the starter and needed to be pushed in more. How would i be able to tell.

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You will have to pull the starter out, and test is yourself or take it to an auto parts store. hope this helped tim

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99 voyager starting problems


Your ignition switch is going bad. The strange noise is the starter remaining engaged and locked to the flywheel. Your best bet is to have the starter tested at your local auto parts store, to deduce that it is not, in fact, your starter.

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Starter or master relay


HYBRID?????????????
lights , how about headlights. are they full bright>
checked all fuses in cab and engine bay????????

NO CRANK , if it cant crank it sure cant start. (m/t pushed ,yes)
1: battery bad. or not charged. to 12.6v rested warm voltage.
at 8v the solenoid dies, (bad battery)
2: bad starter cables.
3: bad starter (hit it with a hammer, cranks now?) hit solenoid too

so keys in pockets.
hot wire the solenoid.
1: starter cranks but will not start, normal. bad key line.
2: starter dead, bad starter bad battery or cables.
use jumper cables now, to prove starter is in fact bad.
use jumper cables to a good known battery

the key line is that line that is the small wire in the starter
if hotwirng works this line is dead.
this path varies by M/T and A/T tranny , not stated by you, so.

many hondas have a starter relay
how that is wired varies by transmission type and engine size.
both unstated.
but if you login to alldata.com , you can look an pick that your self
and see that relay,
if present it has 4 pins.
lets explain the simple relay
it has 4 pins, 2 are coil and 2 are the contactor.
its a slave switch (or a current buffer to an engineer)
it allows a small current to control 10 amps to the solenoid.
i will now show the v6 A/T key line tests.
at the relay pins 2 and 4 are 12v (11v about ) cranking, if not fuses are bad.
next is pin3 , if the clutch (M/T) switch is bad, or the A/T park switch is bad this pin fails to go to 0v. and the relay will be dead forever.
of pin 3, Lt-grn wire is not 0v. in park or clutch depressed fix this switch. if its 0v keyon.
then check pin 3 of relay (output)
if 0v cranking the relay is toast.
if 12v cranking its ok and the line is cut to starter .
(can sag to 11v on a warm day , or 10v in fridged weather ,not stated by you......)
there is the whole set of tests on a v6, A/T car.

post what you drive,and current temperature for vastly better answers.

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Have a ford f 350 2004 model manual ****** motor wont turn over replaced clutch safety switch ck starter relays can b pull started


Did you check for power at the starter ignition terminal? It is the small YELLOW/BLACK wire on the starter. If there is power there, replace the starter. If there is no power there, you should check your starter relay an its associated fuses.
The relay primary side is protected by fuse number F2.31 (15 Amp) in the Central Junction Box. This fuse provides power to the clutch safety switch on the WHITE/PINK wire. Then the power leaves the clutch safety switch on the TAN/RED wire and goes to pin 86 on the relay.

The relay secondary side is protected by fuse number F2.113 (30 Amp) in the Central Junction Box. It provides power at pin 30 on the relay, which is also located in the Central Junction Box.

Pin 87 at the relay is the YELLOW/BLACK wire metioned earlier and goes to the starter motor.
Pin 85 at the relay is the primary GROUND. This should be ground at all times.

The ENTIRE starting system can be checked/diagnosed from the pins at the starter relay if you use the correct methods and equipment.

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this could be a few problems that cause this,

1. your battery could be weak and not have enough juice to engage the starter solenoid

2. the bendix could be messed up

3. this is probaly the most common problem, the starter solenoid went out

the best course of action would be to have your battery load tested, and if its fine, replace the starter

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If the battery is fine, why jump it? Faulty thinking to state or think: all electrical in the car work fine. If it did the starter motor would be turning the engine over. The starter motor work on electrical...not all is fine.

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