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I have an 88 Suzuki samurai, I try to start it n the old start just clicked, so I bought a new starter and put on it and it does the same thing, like it can't turn the flywheel. But if I pull the starter...


Put a wrench on the front of the engine and see if it will turn, almost sounds like you threw a rod or the timing belt broke. Either one is not good news

Mar 29, 2015 | 1988 Suzuki Samurai

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Where is fusiable link in a 2001 jeep grand cherokee


4.0L or 4.7L engine> the park switches are different.

you pulled a starter with out removing battery neg lug?
is that it?
your post makes it hard to see what the story is.
you replaced starter because car would not CRANK
or
you replaced starter, and shorted out the big cable and boom
and now all things are dead. what?
ill assume car would not crank one day
and you gue$$ a bunch of parts and guessed wrong,
guessing is very expensive.
------------------------------Testing wins--------------------------------------
so no crank 101, posted 100 times. ILL ASSUME it's a A/T tranny.
(im ignoring new parts, i never assume anything works i test it)

  1. check all fuses in all boxes. using a voltmeter. 12vdc both sides key on and battery cables lugs area all clean and tight x4 ends.
  2. you check battery volts its 12.6vdc rested, good.
  3. you crank, and the solenoid just clicks. or only the starter relay only clicks, (more later on that)
  4. you see that battery voltage never drops below 11v and crank time. (11v is typ, tad less if in Alaska, or bad battery or not charged fully)
  5. You then jumper cable crank car, off a running donor car ,just like Mr. AAA tow does.... same to a fault. (google how) (hinting your battery is good, I have a battery load tester so can check)
  6. if this cranks ok, the battery is bad. (happens or is discharged)
  7. car still will not jumper crank.
  8. we next hot wire the starter small wire to big lug. keys in pocket. Called hot wiring a starter solenoid.
  9. engine does not crank, starter bad. or may be battery cables.
  10. engine does crank nice , my keys are in pocket ,see?
  11. ok starter is good, at test 10. so we now know its ok. easy huh>
  12. now we know the key line is bad. 1 wire. end to end. easy.
  13. you try to start in neutral, omg it starts. bad PRNDL switch.
  14. or its bad starter relay.


now we show how it cranks. good starter and battery (& cables)
keyon,
put shifter in to park then neutral and crank.? fails both?

the starter relay must close cranked, if not, bad park switch or bad relay
in this moment (cranking) there must be 12vdc across the 2 relay coil pins.
pin 85 and 86 with volt meter, if 0v, the PRNDL switch is bad.
or on 4.7L the TRS switch.
if the relay closes, then jb fuse f31 is ok and pdc f8 must be good.
and you then turn key to crank. and relay pin 87 goes to 11v to 12v.
this then is a single wire that goes directly to the starter solenoid
tiny wire , it goes to 12v and starter cranks, 11v what you see here
unless in alaska , less. (10v ?)

see red arrow what is voltage there cranking?
we can go fast , if you just do that.

25513501-qtmfudt4eg5vdkejwfy5ompz-5-0.jpg the transmission switch grounds the lower coil,here.
if not the starter will be dead forever.
both fuses must be good, or same.
12vdc arrives at top left fuse, and is hot only cranking.
if the right fuse, glows above the relay can not send power to the starter solenoid.

Mar 04, 2015 | 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Jeep liberty 2008


turn on the headlights and try to crank the engine; if the lights dim out while you try to crank, then the starter is ok but the battery is too weak. just turning on the lights does not mean that the battery has enough juice to crank the engine; a starter pulls a lot more than lights. If the headlights do not dim out and it still won't crank, then the starter or a connection to the starter is your problem.

Feb 27, 2013 | Jeep Wrangler Cars & Trucks

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1998 chevy asto van wont crank or turn over


Turn the headlights on and watch them while the key is turned to start. If the lights go out, one of your cables or connections at battery or starter is not good. If lights dim a lot but stay on, possibly a bad starter, it needs testing. If lights aren't affected by cranking position, turn lights off, pull the small wire off the starter solenoid, hook up a test light to ground and to the solenoid wire. Light should come on when key is held in crank. If it does, likely a bad starter solenoid. If no light, then the start circuit from ignition switch to starter solenoid is not working. Check for power out of ignition switch on the start wire with key in crank, to begin with. If powered, switch is good, need to check if neutral safety switch is good, and then check or swap in a new starter relay.
Post back with any results.
Good luck.

Jan 17, 2013 | Nissan Altima Cars & Trucks

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No crank


Something wrong in the start circuit. The fact that dash lights come on indicates the ignition switch seems ok.- power is getting to it and exiting it.

The next place to check is the starter: before taking it off and have tested, do this quick test: when the car won't crank over, pull off the small wire on the starter solenoid-mounted on the starter-and see if that wire has power when the key is held in cranking position. You will need a helper to hold key in start, and an inexpensive testlight or volt meter to see if the wire has power.
This wire is the signal wire from the ignition switch to activate the solenoid and allow battery power to turn the starter motor on.
If the wire has power and still no crank, then the starter or solenoid is the problem, assuming battery and cables are good and connected tight. Pull the starter off and test it. If starter is good, probably the solenoid.
If the wire has no power when key is held in crank, the problem is in the circuit from the ignition switch to the solenoid-includes the neutral safety switch, maybe a starter relay, too. One would begin testing by checking for power on the start wire exiting the switch with key in cranking pos. If good there, test the neutral safety switcfh. If you have manual transm, the switch would be on the clutch pedal. If automatic, have a shop locate and test that.
Good luck- often, not always, it is the starter or solenoid. But do that check for power at solenoid , first.

Dec 20, 2012 | 2001 Pontiac Grand Am SE

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1989 toyota camry starter cranks with a high whinning sound but no spark to start engine


TOYOTA IS NOTORIOUSLY KNOWN FOR BAD STARTERS!!!! OPEN THE HOOD AND HAVE SOMEONE CRANK THE STARTER WHILE YOU LOOK TO SEE IF THE ENGINE IS ROTATES, WHEN THE STARTER IS ON.

IF THE ENGINE TURNS VERY SLOWLY OR NOT AT ALL, THE ENGINE IS FINE. BUT, THE STARTER HAS A BAD SOLENOID AND IT'S NOT ENGAGING THE FLYWHEEL. THERE FOR IT'S SPINNING AT VERY HIGH SPEED MAKING A LOUD HI-PITCH WHINNING. BUY A NEW SOLENOID AND FIX IT YOURSELF!!! BUT TOYOTA WON'T SELLL YOU JUST A SOLENOID BECAUSE THEIR GREEDY!!! A NEW STARTER FROM TOYOTA IS AROUND $350.00. AT AUTOZONE AROUND $100.00 WITH A LIFETIME WARRANTY! BUT IF THE SOLENOID SWITCH IS BAD IT COST AROUND $250.00 AT TOYOTA, & $99.00 AT AUTOZONE. ALSO CHECK THE THE STARTER RELAY, COST ABOUT $150.00 AT TOYOTA AND AROUND $40.00 AT AUTOZONE. PULL THE STARTER OUT AND GET IT TESTED AT AUTOZONE...( FREE!!!)
" I'M ABOUT 100% SURE YOU STARTER IS BAD!!!!" GOOD-LUCK!!!

Oct 19, 2012 | 1989 Toyota Camry

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I think my starter is bad. How do I confirm/fix?


Make sure the small wire on the solenoid has a good contact. If it does, check that there is +power to there when trying to start. If there is power and a good contact, and the starter still won't crank, try shorting the two bolt terminals on the solenoid (carefull, it will spark). If the starter cranks then it's okay, suspect solenoid.If the solenoid is okay you should hear it kicking in.

Aug 02, 2009 | 1999 Land Rover Discovery

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Cranks real hard like battery is almost dead.


It will crank easier with plugs out because you've got no compression working against it. Take a good look at your cables to make sure they didn't heat up & burn off a few strands. Clean all connections good make sure they are 100%. You may have to have a draw test done on starter, just to see if maybe it's getting worn down. Only other thing that comes to mind is timing. If it's belt, & not too hard to pull cover & double check all marks are aligned, then I would do that.

Jun 15, 2009 | 1996 Pontiac Grand Am

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1995 Cavalier No Start, No Crank


hi philavanilla'

Do you hear any click when you turn the key to start? If you don't that means your starter solenoid is not being energized and therefore no complete circuit for the starter motor.
If you hear a click but no cranking then the starter motor is probably NG. The best thing you can do to verify exactly what is wrong is to remove the starter, (the solenoid is mounted on the starter) and take it to a place like Auto Zone where they can check out the operation of solenoid and/or starter.
Be sure you disconnect the ground lead (that's the negative lead that connects to the frame/engine) before you attempt to remove the starter.


Hope this helps Good luck Loringh Ps Please leave a rating if appropriate Thanks

Nov 21, 2008 | 1996 Chevrolet Cavalier

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