Try replacing your starter relay it should be cheap and easy and sounds like it could fix it
Okay I’ll try that and update.Try replacing your starter relay it should be cheap and easy and sounds like it could fix it
Interesting okay. I’m in the process of replacing the battery cables (corroded) and possibly the starter. Hopefully the ignition switch to starter cable as well. If it still doesn’t work I’m looking at the ignition switch/lock cylinder. Possibly the battery as well because the positive post is a bit melted.I’m not sure my issue is related to yours, but I had a no crank 1/10 times. Turns out the ignition cylinder was bad and not sending voltage to the starter.
No starter relay on the automatic from what I can tell- replacing either the solenoid or the starter itself though. Was just gonna do the solenoid but can’t find a good fitting one online so fml probably have to do the whole starterTry replacing your starter relay it should be cheap and easy and sounds like it could fix it
Yes. I replaced it recently just for preventative maintenance. Good thing for people to check though not often considered so good thought!Your key fob battery good?
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Did the cables replacement by making my own and purchasing a new oem fusible link relay from eBay for the positive terminal. Cables replaced: both positive connection cables with 2awg welding copper cable from windynation- lugs are tinned copper, came with the cables on amazon. Terminals are marine grade, universal, modified the fusible link to fit by breaking off a bit of plastic from one side and drilling the Mount hole to 3/8”. Used heat shrink wrap, mesh wire covers, 3m 33+, and gold thermal tape where necessary to protect wires. Also got new heat resistant zipties since old mounting brackets/ties aren’t thick enough for the new cables. The alternator cable was not replaced as it tasted fine but if you want to, 2awg would work for that too. Reused the rubber cable end protector for the starter. Retailed/covered all wire harnesses. Organized new cables similar to before. Also replaced starter with Bosch reman from rock auto. Starting fine, hopefully will continue to. If you need links to supplies/guides for cables etc lmk. My brother in law fixed his 3g with similar problem by getting new battery terminals.Battery and alternator tested fine. Replacing starter since no good buying source for a solenoid replacement was found. Replacing battery cables too but I cannot find the gauge info on them fucking anywhere. Anyone know what cables to replace the negative and positive (to starter and to fuse box) cables with?? What gauge are they/what brand/model number is a proper replacement? Nothing about them in the forums, factory manual, mits parts warehouse site, or anywhere