The car doesn't run
The starter motor
Starter Drag is when the teeth on the starter that spin the flywheel drag. It could break teeth off of starter possibly have to replace/ rebuild starter.
The starter solenoid shows to be on top of starter. If you don't know where the starter is located, follow the positive battery cable. You may have to get under vehicle to get at the starter. I replace starter and solenoid as a unit. Now, if your talking about starter relay that is a different animal.
Starter solenoid shot. Replace Starter.
1. To engage the starter with the ring-gear on the engine before the starter is turned on. IE to "pre-engage" it. 2. To turn the starter on once it is Engaged. This prevents/reduces damage to the gear-teeth on both the starter and the ring gear.
When a starter goes completely out then the engine will not turn over. A starter that is going bad could start sometimes or make considerable noise.
no, the starter is only for starting the engine.
There is no starter relay.The starting signal goes thru the ECU.
Main cable is large goes on large pole on starter, small cable is start wire, goes on small pole on starter...
The battery cable on the positive side goes to the starter. The purple wire goes from the ignition switch to the neutral safety switch then down to the starter. On the solenoid the is a "R" and that is where the wire from the coil goes. The "R" means resistor
That depends on the year of the bike. On '65 through '88 FLH models, there are three terminals on the solenoid. The top one goes to the battery, the [small] middle on goes to the starter button and the bottom one goes to the starter. On '89 and later FLH models there are only two terminals on the unitized starter/solenoid assembly. The larger one on top goes to the battery and the small one on the right side goes to the starter relay.
there is no starter relay have your car alarm checked it has a starter disconnect that goes bad
There is no starter relay on an Escort. The main battery positive cable goes directly to the starter. A small wire with a clip on it marked s goes to the solenoid. The main battery current to the starter is supplied with this solenoid.
There isn't one. The heavy positive cable goes directly to the starter. The solenoid is what transfers the heavy amperage to the starter. The wire from the ignition goes to the connector marked s.
Follow the positive battery cable; first it goes to the starter solenoid then to the starter. I hope this helps you. Mark