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No start Where do i start to look for the ignition wire connection?

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At the ignition module and coil.

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You'll need the ignition wiring diagram for your specific vehicle. Disconnect the electrical connector for the ignition switch, then you'll need to identify which wires are which. Once you've got that you have to jumper the wire with battery voltage (12v) to the wire for the run position. Once those two have been connected, momentarily jumper the 12v wire to the "start" wire this will cause the vehicle to crank and start up. Once it starts remove that second jumper. Leave the 12v connected to the run wire, remove it to shut it down.

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When you turn the key to on, do the dash and warning lights come on? This would verify power to the ignition switch.

It's like this: you have a positive battery cable with a lot of juice connected to the starter, but not to the starter motor. It is only connected to the starter motor when the start wire out of the ignition switch energizes the starter solenoid, mounted on top of the starter.

So you check the small wire to the starter for power with the key held in start. If it has power then, the starter or the solenoid is probably bad- as long as the battery is charged and the battery connections and starter connection is good.
If you have no power on the small wire in start, trace the start wire back to the ignition switch. You may need a wiring diagram- there is often a start relay, a park/neutral safety switch with automatics or a clutch safety switch with a manual transm., and sometimes a "crank" fuse. All or some may be in the path of the start wire from ignition switch to the starter solenoid. You would need a voltmeter or test light to check this circuit. If you want more help, post back with make, model, year, and engine, and I could look at a wiring diagram for your start circuit, or I could post a link for you to see the diagram.

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Inspect/Test/Replace Hope this helps.

An ignition switch supplies voltage to the ignition control module and/or the ignition coil. Often an ignition sytem thas two wires connected to the run terminal of the ignition switch. On is connected to the module. The other is connected to the primary resistor and coil. The start terminal of the switch is also wired to the module.
You can check for voltage using either a 12-volt test light or a digital multimeter (dmm).
To use a test light:
  • Turn the ignition key off and disconnect the wire connector at the module.
  • Disconnect the S terminal of the starter solenoid to prevent the engine from cranking when the ignition is in the run position.
  • Turn the key to the run position and probe the red wire connection to check for voltage.
  • Check for voltage at the battery terminal of the ignition coil using the test light.
  • Next, turn the key to the start position and check for voltage at the white wire connector at the module and the battery terminal of the ignition coil. If voltage is present, the switch and its circuit are okay.
To do the same test using a DMM:
  • Turn the ignition switch to the off position and back-probe, with the meter's positive lead, the power feed wire at the module.
  • Connect the meter's negative to a good ground at the distributor base.
  • Turn the ignition to the run or start position as needed, and measure the voltage.
  • The reading should be at least 90% of battery voltage.

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Check for power on the thin wire going to the solenoid when ignition is turned al the way to start possition,if so it probably won't be the same voltage as your battery, it will be lower.
You need to fit a universal relay so that the solenoid gets the same voltage as the battery when measured with a multimeter between the negative and positive poles.
If no power present on the thin wire with key turned to start possition,there is a wiring problem or broken (thin wire) from ignition switch to the solenoid.
If ignition switch is wired correctly, check if power is transfered from one of the thicker wires to the thin wire feeding the solenoid when key is turned to the start possition, on the ignition switch where the wirng is connected.

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