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Batter and starter was change lose all gauge in dash sprrd gas rpm.


Are the battery and the starter working properly?

Check for a blown fuse. Check for a loose ground wire.

Did a garage change the starter and battery? Or did you do it yourself?

If a garage did it, they might check it for you for free.

If you did it. double check every wire you touched/removed.

May 03, 2015 | 2004 Chevrolet Impala

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1972 beetle starter keeps turning when ignition turned off


sounds like you have a defective starter.double check the wires on the start to make sure you installed them in proper position.take the starter back to where you bought it and get anothe one.it could be the starter relay that they should have replaced when redoing the starter.

Nov 03, 2013 | Volkswagen Beetle Cars & Trucks

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Replaced starter still wont crank


make sure the ground on the starter is not contacting the body in any way.. causes a double ground and wont crank

Aug 23, 2013 | Buick Rendezvous Cars & Trucks

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Nissan Altama Starter Relay electrical problems or a fuse?


Double check the battery positive connection wiring carefully as it commonly has connection problems when the battery is changed.

Apr 08, 2017 | 2004 Nissan Altima

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When I turn on the key the lights do not come on. I still have the side markers and directionals along with the tail light.


Check your fuses first. Replace the light fuses just in case the fuse has an internal break that is not visible. Take apart your right switch assembly. Clean and inspect the starter button. It performs two functions. First, it turns off the head light to send more power to the starter and ignition. Second, it closes the contacts on the starter solenoid to power up the starter motor. Often a dirty or melted starter button is to blame for head light problems. Double check that the wiring inside your head light bucket has not come loose or disconnected. Good Luck.

Jul 19, 2011 | Yamaha YZF-R1 Motorcycles

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Changing from Pos ground generating system to Neg ground 1 wire alternator system. need wiring diagram. At present the minute the key is turned the engine starts tuning over. wiring had been...


It would seem best to just remove all of the original low voltage wiring completely. You won't need the 'cutout' device any more as the diodes in the alternator will replace that function. Does the ignition switch have a 'start' position? If not, then suggest finding a normally-open push button switch for a start button. Is the ignition system a points/coil/capacitor unit or a magneto. If a magneto, it needs to be grounded with a kill switch. If the points/coil system, then the key should apply power to the coil connection through a doubled resistor when running. You will also need a 12 volt battery of course. Change the starter solenoid to a 12 volt unit. The starter will draw about double the current used at 6 volts, but will likely survive if you don't 'grind' the engine. Depending on the tractor, there may be a 12 volt starter available that will fit. If you have an ammeter, it should be in series with the battery connection at the starter solenoid and the ignition, lights, and any other light loads (never in series with the large starter cable). That should cover most of your concerns, but understanding what I have written may be a concern. I don't have a wiring diagram specifically, so I hope this helps!

Sep 11, 2010 | Garden

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Ford F-150 1999 5.4 Liter. I changed starter now truck shakes!!!


if it didn't shake before the starter change,and the black marks were not there before,you need to see if the positive cable is getting hot to the touch,double check the large battery cables going to starter that they are on correctly ,dont go by color of wire ,visually follow each wire to starter to make sure its a ground or hot one,last possibility
would be a dead short in starter.

Dec 16, 2009 | 1999 Ford F150 Regular Cab

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Engine wont start...


since have change new battery, will the motor turn over? if the engine turn over or crank, check if you have sparks, by pulling the plug out and ground it to the metal to the bike and turn the motor over and see if you getting spark, double check if you are getting fuel, two items to make the engine run, sparks and fuel. if the stater dont make any sound when you press the start button it may be faulty serenoid to the starter, check starter and starter switch. you can get a light tester and test positve and negative contact to your serenoid/starter by hold or pressing start button to see if you get power to the starter. hope that help some

Jul 16, 2009 | 2006 Suzuki RV 125 VanVan

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Baterry wont charge


you just found your problem. the main wire or hot wire is the one which kicks up the starter when the key is turned.

Jan 02, 2009 | 1992 Chevrolet Lumina APV

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How to replace a fluorescent starter


Although newer fluorescent fixtures have built-in starters or no starters at all, most older lights have an easy-to-change, visible starter. It is a small, silvery cylinder that plugs into one of the tube holders. 1) Shut off the switch. 2) Remove the tube. 3) Give the starter a quarter-turn in a clockwise direction, and pull it out. 4) Plug in new starter, giving it a quarter turn counterclockwise. 5) Replace tube. 6) Turn the switch on.

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