Starter lock out?

Bernie Benz b.benz at
Sat Oct 25 08:36:58 PDT 2008

Circuit b dead ends at the FP relay, no connection. Use your VOM to  
check voltage at the AT relay jumper when the start switch contact is  
closed. Go either way from there.


On Oct 25, 2008, at 8:28 AM, Rbade12 wrote:

> No, I had a comparable issue several months ago and I replaced the  
> ign. switch as a repair of that problem. The switch was cracked and  
> I have had no issues since. I saw that diagram. 36-38 is jumpered  
> and that circuit goes to the ign. switch. If the device that stops  
> current to the starter, relay #8, is not present and that circuit  
> is jumpered, where do I go next? Circuit b moves over to 538 and  
> stops with a half circle  and the number 53. Does that mean the  
> fuel pump really is somehow connected to this system? Seems to me,  
> if I'm reading this right, the starter should turn over without b  
> and 53 being involved.
> Thanks for your help, Bob
> In a message dated 10/25/08 09:42:19 Central Daylight Time,  
> b.benz at writes:
> Bob,
> Did this problem materialize because /when you replaced the ign.
> switch? If you had looked at the circuit diagram, Bentley 537, you
> would see that the anti theft relay interrupts the starter current.
> Could be a problem in that system. TROUBLE SHOOT!
> Bernie

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