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I have a no crank condition. I am getting a trigger voltage to the starter relay, but do not have battery power from fuse block to relay. the relay also has a good ground.

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Possibly park or neutral switch at the shift linkage.

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2001 buick century stalled without warning. tried to restart, but wouldnt crank, no fuel pump noise, no click. had power to radio, heater fan, flashers but not dashboard lights (prndl, fuel gauge).


Make sure battery has a full charge and battery connections all good. Check fusible links where applicable. Any component that doesn't work and is fuse protected, not only check the fuse, check the fuse circuit for voltage, use a test lite.
The wiring diagram is for starter circuit, you can see the fuses. Any testing for starter motor, make sure tranny is in park or neutral and parking brake is set. It is possible to jump crank relay to see if starter motor will crank, but, that doesn't mean it will start. Make sure vehicle can't move.
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I have no power at all after replacing starter motor and starter relay


Have you checked voltage and ground, anywhere? Make sure battery has a full charge and connections all good, check fusible links where applicable. Not only check applicable fuses, check fuse circuit for voltage, use a test lite.
Usually two voltage circuits at the starter motor, one comes from the battery, hot all the time. The other goes hot with key in the crank position, and may be wired through a relay and safety switch, depending on the tranny. The starter motor usually grounds through the engine block.
Any testing at the starter motor, make sure tranny is in park or neutral and parking brake is set.
I don't know your year--make--model?

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1994 Dodge Ram Van B250 Check Engine light doesn't come on, van won't crank, won't start....nothing when key is turned on It is not battery......buzzer and such does come on when key is turned on


I know you said it isn't the battery, forgive me, be sure the battery has a full charge and battery connections all good. Use a test lite and follow battery voltage. Battery ground is important also.
The battery voltage may lead to junction block--fusible links--fuse box?
At the fuse-box, pick any component that has a fuse, check fuse circuit for voltage, use a test lite. Some fuses are hot all the time, some go hot with key on, test both ways.
If the starter motor won't crank, check voltage and ground for the starter motor. Usually two voltage circuits at the starter motor, one comes from the battery, hot all the time. The other circuit goes hot with key in the crank position and is probably wired through the clutch or neutral switch then through the starter relay, where applicable, to the starter motor. The starter motor usually grounds through the engine block, so, battery negative connection is important.
Any testing at starter motor, make sure tranny is in park or neutral and functional parking brake is set. Safety is your responsibility. You don't want the vehicle to move during testing.

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My 99 olds intrigue just won't turn over like my battery or something dead


How is the battery ? Do the headlamps shine bright ? Did you check the crank relay an the crank fuse 40amp ? one of the big one's ,maxi fuse . Under hood fuse / relay box . Check to see if voltage is coming through the transaxle range switch.

When the ignition switch is on, battery voltage is applied to one side of the crank relay in the underhood accessory wiring junction block through circuit 3, the PCM-BCM Fuse in the fuse block, and circuit 439. When the ignition switch is turned to START, voltage is fed to the powertrain control module connector C2 terminal 23 through circuit 5, the CRANK SIGNAL Fuse in the fuse block, and circuit 806 through the underhood accessory wiring junction block. Power is always provided from the CRANK MaxiFuse in the underhood accessory wiring junction block to the common side of the crank relay contacts. When the powertrain control module sees the crank signal and determines that conditions are OK for a crank, it supplies ground through circuit 625 to the crank relay. The crank relay now has both power and ground to the relay coil, causing the relay to pull in. When this happens, and the gear selector is in either PARK or NEUTRAL, the power at the relay common contact is passed through circuit 1737, the transaxle range switch and circuit 6 to the S terminal on the starter solenoid.
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This vehicle is equipped with the Passlock theft deterrent system. This system contains a Passlock sensor. The Passlock sensor is part of the ignition lock cylinder assembly. The Body Control Module (BCM) interfaces with the Passlock sensor.
When turning the ignition switch to the START position with the proper key, the Passlock sensor generates an analog voltage signal, which is sent to the BCM. This analog voltage signal is of a specific value to the vehicle, and varies from vehicle to vehicle. When attempting to start the engine, the BCM compares a preset stored analog voltage value with the signal coming from the sensor. Because both values match, the BCM sends a fuel enable password via the Class II Serial Data Line to the Powertrain Control Module (PCM). As a result, the PCM enables the crank relay, and allows fuel delivery to the engine.
When attempting to start the engine by means other than using the proper key in the ignition switch, the Passlock sensor sends a analog voltage signal of a different value. The BCM compares the preset stored analog voltage value with the signal coming from the sensor. Because both values do not match, the BCM sends a fuel disable password via the Class II Serial Data Line to the Powertrain Control Module (PCM). As a result, the PCM disables the crank relay, and does not allow fuel delivery to the engine.
For more information regarding the Passlock theft deterrent system, refer to Theft Deterrent in Body and Accessories
This starting system is computer controlled , if you are not familiar with this I suggest you take a GM dealership or an ASE certified repair shop .

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Lots of power, dash lights up but no ignition power to starter, relay changed, neutral start switch changed, fuses good.


Well, looking at the schematic, there is the IGN A (Fuse 6) in the under-hood fuse block feeding power to both the ignition switch and to the NO contact of the starter relay. Turning the ignition switch to the START position sends this voltage thru the CRANK (Fuse 8) in the instrument panel fuse block and thru the PARK/NEUTRAL position switch, thru the starter relay coil to ground. This should activate the Starter relay and pass voltage to the starter solenoid to ground, activating it. One the starter solenoid activates, batter power is sent to the starter motor, activating it. If, as you say, the fuses are good, the starter relay was replaced and is good, and the Park/Neutral position switch was replaced and is good, then then only items left are the ignition switch itself, the starter solenoid/motor, or the wiring of the circuit.

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Starter Relay Getting Constant power why?


What is year--make--model? If you have a starter relay, there are usually two relay circuits, the load side of relay and control side of relay. It's not uncommon for load side of relay to be hot all the time. It's the control side of relay that causes relay to energize. The voltage for control side of starter relay, usually comes from the crank position of ignition switch.
I can't be sure without looking up wiring for your vehicle. I can't look up wiring without year--make--model.

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The starter solenoid is mounted on the starter. Clicking from the distribution block must be the starter relay. Swap in another relay from the block into that socket to see if the relay is the problem.

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My 98 dodge durango 5.9L for a while would only start on the second try but would still crank over and start. not it wont even try to crank and the battery is fully charged then u hear clicking from the...


Have you ruled out that the starter has gone bad? With use and age, the armature can sieze in the motor, essentially making the motor useless even though there is voltage applied to it..

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Can the PCM be at fault for a 2004 dodge durango not starting? I attempted to start my vehicle after it had been operating fine all day and it will not crank, the gauges and all dash lights flash, the horn...


No , probably not . Do you know what a starter relay is ? It's located in the under hood fuse box ! That 30amp fuse sends B+ voltage an current to pin #30 , if you find an pull out the relay an look on the bottom you will see 4 sets of numbers 30 & 87 an 85 &86 . 30 is Battery voltage which when energized the relay will send this B+ voltage through pin 87 to the starter solenoid turning on the starter . You could take a jumper wire an jump those 2 pins an the starter should spin . Now , 85 & 86 are the control side of the relay ,Pin 86 should have B+ voltage supplied by fuse #32 10amp located in the junction block , maybe inside vehicle fuse box . Pin 85 is from the PCM , the PCM will supply a ground to this side of the control circuit if it see's a input from the park neutral safety switch . Do you know what that is ? Try shifting to neutral an see if it starts . Also if jumping pins 30 & 87 the starter doesn't spin . check the Positive battery cable using voltage drop . You may have a bad cable . Starter Voltage Drop

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Wont turn over when key is turned


If you can turn the engine by hand, it has not locked. If it did, you would get an engagement noise from starter, but it would not turn. I'd look at the neutral safety switch (automatic) or clutch switch (stick vehicles) and ignition switch, starter relay (usually in the power distribution box near the battery) Also any related fuses for start system if in there.Likely you will find that no power is getting to the small wire on the starter solenoid.

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