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Have a kids 4wheeler when u try to start cranks super slow and wires going to battery gets very hot

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I would remove the starter and check it to make sure it is not badly worn

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2000 isuzu trooper no start with slow crank loose 4 volts at starter


automatic or stick>?
no engine size stated. gas or diesel.
slow crank, 250 -300 rpm is normal.
so did you AAA tow truck style , jumper cable crank that car off a running donor car yet>?
just that act (test) speaks volume for cause.

what does loose 4v mean...??
10-11v is normal voltage at starter. cranked.
4 v at the solenoid can not even begin to close it,
or did you mean the 12vdc is 4v lower that 12vd. which is 8v.
perplexing. (3 cheers 1st poster here with voltmeter, im am truly shocked,(no pun) honest reply.......!!

A fuses blown. (DEAD CRANKS)
DEAD BATTERY
BATTERY BAD
bATTERY JUST DISCHARGEd.
wrong sized battery in car, (tiny)
LAST DRIVE? the charge system died, and now battery is weak. fix charging system.
left head lights on, cure , charge battery.

battery terminals rusty !( yes they have 4 ends they can rust or get loose) 500 amps here so must be clean and tight.(bat terms)

jumper cables jump starts car ok?, yes, then battery dead.
battery bad, battery only discharged ?
next:
jumper cables don't crank fast, then hot wire the starter. (big wire to tiny)
more testing....
with known good charged battery (12.6vdc rested)
i hot wire the starter solenoid.
i monitor the voltage at starter actual.
with a volt meter.
most cars do 11v, in warm summer.
if much less, say below 10v the starter will be slow. so i monitor battery terminals volts.
and if ok, there, the cables are bad. (voltage drop on cables is that, yes, cables do fail.)
or the starter is partially shorted. or engine seizing....hand turn engine crankpulley and feel it.? feel normal, ? or cant move it...?

if i suspect a bad starter i use my ammeter.
the starter current will be about 200 amps .
no engine stated so.....i guess....
if it goes to like 600+, the starter is shorted.
I have an amp clamp amp meter, that allows me to see and find the hard cases...

May 15, 2015 | 2000 Isuzu Trooper

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1999 honda odyssey won't turn over turn key nothing but lights work


no CRANK
the first test. is jumper cable cranks.
the lights only use 1/50th the current of a starter, and dont prove anything. (eg. bad batteries do run lights great, can prove.)

juimp start it,
good, yes. bad battery; battery dischanged,or bad charging system
or left on the lights. too long.
bad jump, this means the cranking system is bad.
bad crank.
1: cables from battery to starter, corroded.
2: bad cables. split open and green copper everywhere.
3: I hot wire the stater solenoid, if fails (good battery and cables )
then it is a bad starter, (i hit it with a hammer, and bam it cranks
great tick to get of of big time trouble , far off grid or? danger zones...

4: hot wire fails.
bad KEY line.
if key oine fails wiggle the A/T shift handle, cranks now?
try neutral cranking, (fresher contacts here, magic happens)

IF a stick shift car nows the time.....

ask how to hot wire or look here.
see test 1 here "hot wiring techniques"

http://www.fixkick.com/nocrank.html

I have M/T and park on hills and start by rolling starts.
i dont need a good battery, in my 1968 xxxxx (1/2 joking)

Jan 03, 2014 | Honda Odyssey Cars & Trucks

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1992 chev k3500 when hot has trouble starting. selenoid tick tick sometimes & slow starter revs - starts fine cold, starter/selenoid was replaced less than 2 years ago. when the starter was going slow...


Not the coil, wouldn't affect or be affected by the slow starter. I would double check grounds and battery, starter, and alternator connections for a clean tight connection. I would be looking at doing voltage drop tests to look for high resistance in the start circuit.
You may have to get under the dash and find the source of the smoke. Sometimes the back of the fuse panel where the wiring connects in will get so hot the plastic starts to melt. Then the wires and connections go bad, and you can even have current cross feeding into another circuit-like your wipers are doing. So I would pull off the fuse box and check for that. Keep looking for something that burned. It's got to be electrical.
Starter and solenoid being only 2 years old, should be good. But if starter to battery positive post has no high resistance in that connection, and battery ground is known good, and if the small (?purple?) wire to starter solenoid has battery voltage or very close to it, when checked with a voltmeter while the key was held in crank, then you might want to have the starter taken off and tested. The solenoid will be tested as well. If when you checked the small wire to solenoid with key in crank, and had much less than battery voltage, like 5 or 6 volts, then problem is in start circuit between the ignition switch and the starter solenoid.
Good luck. Let us know what you find out.

Oct 31, 2013 | 1992 Chevrolet K1500

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4wheeler wont start


I would check the spark plug after cranking to see if is getting gas-clean and re-install-also if your battery is weak you may have a dead cell that may be effecting the quality of the spark thus not firing -cheers Denny

Oct 09, 2013 | ATVs

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2000 Ford f250 5.4. Original starter was getting way too hot. Replaced starter and wires and selenoid and new starter is getting way to hot. Truck does crank over but very slow. Completely stumped


have you checked and cleaned battery connections and also check and clean the other end of the ground cable if it is cranking that slow and starter is getting that hot may be a bad starter have them test it on there machine where you got it if that is ok the only thing it can be is battery and connections

Aug 17, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Katana wont start


You're most likely looking at a dead battery (try jump leads)

A bad starter relay (short out the terminals on top of the relay and see if it turns over)

Or a dead starter motor (service or replace or if it's sticking try rocking backwards and forwards in gear to unstick)

Feb 20, 2012 | 1992 Suzuki GSX 600 F (Katana)

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New starter.new battery.all electrical works lights,gauges,radio,wipers etc but van wont start.no cranking sound just slight click uinder washer reservoir behind battery


there is not just one thing that can cause this problem. it could be in the ignition switch, it could be the wiring from switch to starter relay, could be the neutral safety switch. i can tell you a quick and dirty way to test this, have to be careful if you do it. put the vehicle in park, make sure it's in park, otherwise it will roll when you do this and you could get run over by your own vehicle. now you will need a set of jumper cables. make sure you can get to the hot side terminal of starter, one jumper cable contact has to go there. the other side has to go to hot (positive) side of battery. if when you tap the jumper cable to the hot side of starter the starter cranks just like it should then you have a wiring problem. if that's the result you get try jiggling the gear selector around and cranking ignition, or try starting it in neutral. if that makes a difference, if it cranks in neutral or if you move gear selector around when it's in park, then you probably have a bad neutral safety switch. if that doesn't make a difference but you are able to get it to crank by jumping straight from battery to starter then you have a wiring problem in ignition system. hope that helps

Jun 16, 2009 | 1993 Pontiac Trans Sport

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90 jeep starting problem


Try replacing the wire from the positive battery cable to the small terminal it is attched to. It is the smaller gauge wire that is attched to the battery terminal. Be sure to use the right gauge, don't over or undersize it. I had this problem and it did'nt stop until I changed this. Without this wire in good condition, the starter will crank too slow or not crank at all, mimicking other problems (like bad battery, bad starter , etc.). Post if it works.

May 17, 2009 | 1990 Jeep Cherokee Limited

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Will not turn over with new batterie


check battery voatage with a volt meter. After verifying 12v or better at starter, check power at starter cable terminal and verify ground at block is good. Then put volt meter across both battery terminals and try to start car. If battery voltage shows 9.5 or less while attempting to crank, change starter.
(make sure that there is 12v at the starter trigger wire with key in "start" before replacng)
(By battery "hot" you mean it's charged, not getting hot, correct?)

Apr 30, 2009 | 2004 Jeep Liberty

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