Yes this electronic module can provide intermittent operation. Does your motor fail to crank over? Any help would be appreciated Jackdo answered 2 years ago Hello Bigphilip, When you try to start the truck does the motor crank over and not start. The starter can be a bit difficult to get to as, it is hedged in by the right branch of the exhaust pipe on V6 engines. Call tow truck, load her up, and take it to the nearest town. Let sit for awhile, turn key, won't start, turn key off, turn key again, starts up and runs great.
Your starter might also have a heat shield which is mounted with 2 small nuts. So first place to start. I'll also emphasize to disconnect the battery before doing the job. Once you disconnect the fuel lines a small a … mount of fuel will drain, so make sure your not directly underneath the filter but over to the side. The easiest thing is to have the guys at the oil change place swap it out for you next time you have it in for an oil change.
Note that the engine moves and vibrates while running, but the harness is fixed to the vehicle body, so some slack must be left in the harness end to prevent it from breaking. It has recently started the cranking intermittently thing. I did this last weekend. I had to cut the harness against the studs and splice on about a foot of new wire to both the starter power cable and the solonoid wires. Its a good idea to put some grease over the terminals to seal out water. I found that the stock harness was too short to lower the starter enough to unscrew the wire terminal stud nuts, which are garanteed to be corroded if the vehicle has been driven in a snowy climate with road salt.
Or a small propane or butane torch will work if one is careful not to apply the heat too long and burn the insulation off the wires. Disconnect the timing light leads and the remote starter if you have used one. If that's so and it's still happening I wouldn't suspect the ignition switch first. I think rats chewed some wires which probably shorted and fried those electrical components thus the multi problems. Any comments or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. There are other obvious errors in the shop manual wiring diagrams but this is what it implies.
We know car parts and we know auto parts. Make sure you tighten but not over tighten the terminal. Also radio dome lights and work lights are all out. At the very least the joint could prematurely fail due to corrosion. Replace 99 Sierra blower motor resistor. Once these items are removed you will have a clear picture on the water pump and the bolts that need to be removed. Set the adjustment on the timing light with the small dial according to the specifications listed.
If you need help post to this replay and if helpful please rate this answer. I have tried to start it with the headlights on and they do not dim. When I turn the key, it doesn't even try to turn over, nothing happens. Was your battery back to 12. I've been all under the dash everything has continuity. Pull the headlamp assembly forward to access the bulbs.
I've gone thru 2 motorcycles That sat for long periods and I know that alone can lead to a long list of headaches and ticking timebombs that some mechanics won't even check until it actually becomes a problem. Tried to jump start battery level at 9 volts by now, no start. You may also be experiencing a starter relay fault or a bad wiring connection fault or an ignition switch located on the steering column, not in the column head. My 1988 c2500 has no power to the 'small' connector on the starter. If this describes the intermittent problem you are encountering I would look at the ignition switch located on the steering column not in the actual lock cylinder and if your truck is a manual transmission, the safety start switch located above the clutch pedal linkage. If you have a set of thread taps, it could be helpful to chase out the receiving threads. The amazing part is I also tested the voltage and amperage off the battery to the different positions and they were all within starting specs, but when starting the engine turning over and moving just slightly it would shake the connection loose and break the power.
Not like todays so called techs that can't tell you how something works only how to replace it. Hope this Helps you out!. Am 400 miles from home. After installation, now the starter engages when the key only goes to run. Due to this I do not get the discount! Put the new solenoid on with the spring inside of it! Jul 12, 2014 I could not find one on my 1988 Camry either but if I read the shop manual correctly, there is no starter relay for cars with an automatic transmission. From their first wiring harness in 1990 to the extensive line of electrical and performance products they offer today, Painless has been at the forefront of making wiring custom and restoration projects easy. See if there is power to the purple wire at the switch in start.
Your going to have to check your fuel pressure at the shredder valve, to have the engine start you need 60 to 65psi. Not like todays so called techs that can't tell you how something works only how to replace it. As your problem is known as an intermittent failure you will have to check all of the above noted potential causes. Be sure to keep a Class B dry chemical fire extinguisher nearby. A faulty starter will not cause both issues. Also part said it would fit but was different.