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87 dodge pu won't start. Changed starter and starter relay.

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Got any more info. is it cranking and wont start or do you mean its doing nothing

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My 2007 f150 will not crank over I hear the relay click but there seems to be no power going to the solenoid. I replaced the relay and it started about 30 times now same prob any advice


What relay did you replace ? Starter relay ? Removing the relay you may have changed connector position in the fuse / relay box where the relay plugs into . Wiggle the relay see if that does anything . At the relay base jump pin's 30 & 87 with jumper wire , it should crank the engine over . If you look on the bottom of the relay you will see 4 set's of numbers 30 & 87 are load side of the relay . If you were to test with a voltmeter ,pin 30 would have Battery voltage ,Pin 87 goes to the S terminal on the starter solenoid . Pins 85 & 86 are the control side .When you turn the key to start B+ voltage goes through the run / start diode ,located in the AUX relay box 1 through the digital transmission range sensor to pin 86 of the starter relay ,pin 85 goes to the PCM .Where the PCM supply's a ground energizing the starter relay closing the contacts inside sending B+ voltage to the starter solenoid S terminal . Do you have a automatic trans or manuel ? Move gear selector to neutral , check out wiring diagram here http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html Watch videos on youtube for basic electrical testing , voltage drop testing etc.... How to test a relay . Test the circuit ! How to voltage drop test starter motor circuit

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Yes they do have anti-theft system systems ! Are there any lights lit or flashing on the Dash , anything like SECURITY ? Turn on the headlamps , are they bright ? When you try to start the car do the lights get dim ? In the under hood fuse / relay box is a starter relay .If you knew how you could test for power an control an even try jumping pin 30 an 87 to see if the engine cranks over ! If you look on the side of the relay there is a diagram of what number the pins are ! Should be pin 30 that's battery + voltage , Pin 87 goes to the starter , Pins 85 an 86 are the control side of the relay ! One of them has battery + voltage also an the other is control from the PCM - powertrain control module - engine computer ! There is also the transmission range sensor or park neutral switch.If it's not in park or neutral it won't let it start either !

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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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