It does sound like a few problems. He back probed the pcm harness and all reading's were fine. When you turn the key is there any clicking noise from the starter? I'd look for awhile on line then go outside and look in the engine bay then come in again. I am not sure what the gurgling sound is in the tank? Wanted all day to get some lumber. She called me and I went to where she was.
Sorry for calling you Jacob, and thanks for all of your help. I don't think there's a second one, but Fords have a second one sometimes. Usually on the inner fender--follow the + battery cable should connect to relay Check all fuses to include those in engine bay, then all connections of battery cables - not just the ones at the battery posts. Advance Auto Parts has 3 different Starter Solenoid for your vehicle, ready for shipping or in-store pick up. The 2 foot plugs were only getting 4,000 ohms, and the longer ones closer to 3 foot were only getting 8k ohms. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
I cant seem to get the right help. Most trucks from the rust belt seem to have stuck bolts. If I ever had to do it again I would probably use air tools. Its had these problems before i even had the motor redone or any of the above mentioned repairs. Its nearly impossible to get a good swing even if you drop the driveshaft. At this point with all that has happened with it starting or not starting; if you read this thread; I don't think it's my starter that's the problem. The first unit I received must have been damaged whilst bouncing around in the poorly padded package, as the plastic beneath the largest connector broke during installation.
If same as 2003 escape xlt with 3. None of the aforementioned dealerships could determine the true underlying problem. Likewise if I ever have a job I don't feel like doing myself I have a local mechanic I trust and whose prices are very reasonable. Honestly the truck sits in the garage mostly now. Spent the better part of three hours on this.
To the left hand side of the negative wire underneath the hood … of the van, you will see a black thing hooked up onto the body of the bus. Having a slow crank in the beginning then spinning up fast like normal is one sign that the starter is getting worn but as it gets moving it centers up and spins the motor. Battery gives no juice to anything. Does seem to be a good quality, starter. I had the battery, alternator and starter checked at Advance Auto and they said the battery and starter were fine but the alternator was putting out at 13 can someone please tell me what could possibly be wrong. I know a little about cars and he acted like women know nothing.
The contact had replaced the starter, the spark plugs, and continues to experience the same failure. I've also pulled spark plugs 5 and 6, and both plugs are wet. Any other tips or recommendations? This is not the case in what is occurring now. Install the new starter in the reverse order of removal. The cooling system had been serviced two months prior and was never leaking until the day the vehicle was returned. Yes: Go to next numbered step No: Clean and tighten connector 15. I am a woman and I just don't want to go to a mechanic and potentially g et screwed over.
The power steering unit was the problem. To make a long story short, I fear that I may have deleted the code in it. Thanks for the great advice :biggthump Good to hear from you Cell I do want to trade it on a new Explorer but like a lot of folks have come on not so great financial times, besides that fact I really do love the truck and it is very hard to part with. Some of our top Starter Solenoid product brands are , and. Heavy smoke was coming out of the engine compartment so I just stood at a distance.
They're way to overpriced and their 20 year old mechanics don't work on enough 20 year old vehicles to know what they're doing. It was so much of a relief to know that the solenoid was on top of the starter and I could stop the search. Take a 13mm swivel socket and a couple of extensions and you should be able to get both bolts out without removing anything else. Clean connections to the battery to the starter and bigger gauge wire are common fixes. The starter relay is near the battery connected by the short positive cable.
I want to test the starter with a screwdriver to the solenoid and I can't find it and don't know what it looks like. If you know just what you need, simply order online and have your products sent to your home with home shipping. Then i will wait for the 1,000 dollar troubleshoot bill with no result. I tried that already, a few times and nothing. Starter amp draw when it has the hard start condition. Wanted all day to get some lumber.