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It sounds like either the solenoid or the starter are wired up incorrectly. If the signal wire to the starter is connected to 12v, then the starter will turn. Double check your solenoid wiring to be sure that it is correct. The solenoid probably has 3 or four connections- one for incoming cable from battery, one for outgoing power to starter, one ...


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Only issue I found is the Oil Pressure switch must be changed for an adjustable one of around 30-50psi as a normal 5psi will not allow proper starting when engine is warm. I used the ground from the oil pressure switch for a relay to operate the starter through the push button. The light on the start button comes on once the key is turned to on. Once you ...


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I would clean and tighten starter and battery connections. A load test of the starter would be the next thing to do.


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Start by checking ground terminals coming off your battery. While this may not be the issue I can't tell you how many times I've found bad connection to be an issue with starters on my cars and for years it was something I consistently overlooked. If the connections are too loose or really corroded that can cause a huge resistance spike which will cut the ...


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First off, yes the starter solenoid is attached to the starter motor. And yes from your description it sure sounds like a problem starter. Are you doing this work yourself, or having it done? First have you checked ALL fuses and relays in the system? Do that first. There is likely two different fuse boxes to contend with, one inside the passenger ...



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