[V6-12v] no start

Tom Christiansen tomchr at gmail.com
Mon Nov 12 18:43:55 PST 2007


If you trace back the thin control wire from the starter you'll find
that it has a connector in it. If I recall correctly this connector is
located right by the battery. If you connect the thin wire from the
starter to battery plus through a 15-20 A fuse you should be able to
get the starter to turn.

If the starter doesn't 'click' (the solenoid is not engaging), try
give the starter a couple of taps with a hammer. Sometimes that
loosens up the solenoid.

You might want to check the ignition switch and make sure it returns
properly from the start to run position. That was what fried my

1994 90S 160k miles (~260000km) still going strong.

On Nov 12, 2007 6:23 PM, Clive Young <cyoung1661 at rogers.com> wrote:
> 260,000km
> not turning over , battery fine. Think it is starter motor or relay. Will update when I have more info.
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