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A large switch that handles a lot of power to start your car (usually mounted on the top of the starter)....

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The solenoid is part of your engine's starting system. Basically, it is the part of the starter motor that accepts the electricity, and kicks the starter motor into action. On a lot of cars, this is a permanent fixture on the starter motor, and both have to be replaced at once if there is a problem. More rarely, the solenoid is a semi-separate part that can be removed apart from the starter motor and replaced without having to remove the starter motor. The specific location, and design of the solenoid varies from car to car, but it's function remains constant.

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    DTC P0243 - Turbo/Super Charger Wastegate Solenoid A
    Description: Open or shorted condition detected in the turbocharger wastegate solenoid control circuit.


    Here is the flow chart for that code (some images could need to clicking for zoom)...

    P0243-WASTEGATE PRESSURE CONTROL PWM

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    For a complete wiring diagram Refer to Section 8W.

    When Monitored: When the ignition is on.
    Set Condition: The ECM detects an open or short circuit in the Wastegate solenoid circuit.

    Possible Causes
    DAMAGED WIRING HARNESS OR CONNECTORS
    WASTEGATE SOLENOID
    (F504) FUSED IGNITION SWITCH OUTPUT OPEN
    (K139) WASTEGATE SOLENOID DRIVER CIRCUIT OPEN
    (K139) WASTEGATE SOLENOID CIRCUIT SHORTED TO GROUND
    (K139) WASTEGATE SOLENOID DRIVER SHORTED TO VOLTAGE
    (K139) WASTEGATE SOLENOID DRIVER CIRCUIT SHORTED TO ANOTHER CIRCUIT
    ECM
    INTERMITTENT CONDITION

    Always perform the Pre-Diagnostic Troubleshooting procedure before proceeding. (Refer to 9 - ENGINE - DIAGNOSIS AND TESTING)

    Diagnostic Test
    1. DAMAGED WIRING HARNESS OR CONNECTORS

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    Turn Ignition off.
    Disconnect the ECM harness connectors.
    Disconnect the Wastegate Solenoid harness connector.

    NOTE: Check connectors - Clean/repair as necessary.


    Are any wires or pins damaged?

    Yes
    Repair or replace any damaged wire or connectors.
    Perform POWERTRAIN VERIFICATION TEST VER - 1 (DIESEL).

    No
    Go To 2


    2. WASTEGATE SOLENOID

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    Reconnect the ECM harness connector.
    Reconnect the disconnected Wastegate Solenoid harness connector.
    Turn the Ignition on, engine not running.
    Disconnect the Wastegate Solenoid harness connector.
    Connect an incandescent test light across the supply and driver pins at the Wastegate Solenoid harness connector.

    NOTE: The ECM will perform a self check of the circuit after approximately 30 seconds, which should light the incandescent test light.


    Does the light illuminate brightly after 30 seconds of being connected?

    Yes
    Replace the Wastegate Solenoid.
    Perform POWERTRAIN VERIFICATION TEST VER - 1 (DIESEL).

    No
    Go To 3


    3. (F504) FUSED IGNITION SWITCH OUTPUT OPEN

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    Connect an test light between the Wastegate Solenoid connector Fused ignition switch output circuit and battery negative.
    Compare the test light brightness to that of a direct connection to the battery.

    Does the light illuminate brightly?
    Yes
    Go To 4

    No
    Repair the open (F504) Fused Ignition switch output circuit.
    Perform POWERTRAIN VERIFICATION TEST VER - 1 (DIESEL).



    4. (K139) WASTEGATE SOLENOID DRIVER CIRCUIT OPEN

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    Disconnect the ECM harness connectors.
    Measure the resistance of the Wastegate Solenoid driver circuit between the Wastegate Solenoid harness connector and the ECM harness connector.

    Is the resistance less than 10 Ohms?
    Yes
    Go To 5

    No
    Repair the open (K139) Wastegate Solenoid control circuit.
    Perform POWERTRAIN VERIFICATION TEST VER - 1 (DIESEL).


    5. (K139) WASTEGATE SOLENOID CIRCUIT SHORTED TO GROUND

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    Measure the resistance of the (K139) Wastegate Solenoid driver circuit between the Wastegate Solenoid harness connector and battery negative.

    Is the resistance less than 10 Ohms?
    Yes
    Repair the (K139) Wastegate solenoid circuit shorted to ground.
    Perform POWERTRAIN VERIFICATION TEST VER - 1 (DIESEL).

    No
    Go To 6


    6. (K139) WASTEGATE SOLENOID DRIVER SHORTED TO VOLTAGE

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    Measure the voltage between the (K139) Wastegate Solenoid driver circuit at the Wastegate Solenoid connector and battery negative.

    Is the voltage less than 1 volt?
    Yes
    Go To 7

    No
    Repair the (K139) Wastegate solenoid driver shorted to voltage.
    Perform POWERTRAIN VERIFICATION TEST VER - 1 (DIESEL).


    7. (K139) WASTEGATE SOLENOID DRIVER CIRCUIT SHORTED TO ANOTHER CIRCUIT

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    Measure the resistance between the (K139) Wastegate Solenoid driver circuit in the ECM harness connector and all other circuits in the ECM harness connectors.

    Is the resistance less than 10 Ohms?
    Yes
    Repair the (K139) Wastegate solenoid circuit shorted to another circuit.
    Perform POWERTRAIN VERIFICATION TEST VER - 1 (DIESEL). (Refer to 9 - ENGINE - DIAGNOSIS AND TESTING)


    No
    Go To8


    8. WASTEGATE SOLENOID

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    Reconnect the ECM harness connector.
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    Disconnect the Wastegate Solenoid harness connector.
    Connect an incandescent test light across the supply and driver pins at the Wastegate Solenoid harness connector.

    NOTE: The ECM will perform a self check of the circuit after approximately 30 seconds, which should light the incandescent test light.


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    Yes
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    No
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    SOLENOID REPLACEMENT
    (see Figures 5, 6 and 7)

    Prior to removing the solenoid from the starter motor unit, matchmark the solenoid-to-starter motor housing position, as shown in the accompanying illustration.
    1. Remove the starter motor from the vehicle.
    2. Detach the solenoid-to-starter motor wire from the solenoid terminal.

    Do not disassemble the solenoid; if the solenoid is defective, replace the entire unit with a new one.
    1. Remove the two attaching screws, then slide the solenoid out of the starter motor housing flange.
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    Fig. 5: Before removing the starter motor solenoid, matchmark the solenoid-to-starter motor housing relationship

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    Fig. 6: Disconnect the field coil lead from the solenoid by loosening the retaining nut ...

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    Fig. 7: ... then remove the two attaching screws and separate the solenoid from the motor housing


    To install:
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    2. Apply Suzuki Super Grease A (99000-25010) or equivalent, to the solenoid plunger and to the tip of the lever arm (inside the starter motor-to-solenoid housing hole).
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    5. Attach the starter motor-to-solenoid wire to the solenoid terminal.
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    2. Reposition the M-terminal stud weather cover.
    3. Clean the epoxy coating from the M-terminal stud.
    4. Loosen the M-terminal stud nut.
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      Fig. Spring (3) is positioned against the drive gear lever (1) and the drive gear lever is placed inside the solenoid plunger loop (2)
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      Fig. Make sure that the drive gear lever (1) is properly installed into the solenoid plunger (2) loop
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      2. Tip the solenoid and insert the lever into the loop, push the solenoid against the housing.
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    7. Tighten the M-terminal stud nut and tighten the nut to 71 inch lbs. (8 Nm).
    8. Using Three Bond silicone 1207B, GM P/N 97720043, seal the M-terminal stud connection.
    9. Reposition the M-terminal stud weather cover.
    10. Bench test the starter in a free-run condition prior to installation.
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      Fig. Spring (3) is positioned against the drive gear lever (1) and the drive gear lever is placed inside the solenoid plunger loop (2)
    9. Remove the solenoid housing.
    10. If necessary, remove the solenoid plunger and spring.
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      Fig. Make sure that the drive gear lever (1) is properly installed into the solenoid plunger (2) loop
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      2. Tip the solenoid and insert the lever into the loop, push the solenoid against the housing.
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    5. Wipe the excess silicone pressed out during the solenoid installation from around the base of the solenoid to make a weather proof seal.
    6. Install the cable to the M-terminal stud between the washers and terminal nut.
    7. Tighten the M-terminal stud nut and tighten the nut to 71 inch lbs. (8 Nm).
    8. Using Three Bond silicone 1207B, GM P/N 97720043, seal the M-terminal stud connection.
    9. Reposition the M-terminal stud weather cover.
    10. Bench test the starter in a free-run condition prior to installation.
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