As shown in the following picture. Lift the vehicle if the starter motor is under the car. The starter solenoid contact burn-out The start button is disengaged, the starter continues to rotate, but the drive gear can not reverse. Because no current flows through the sucking coil, so the moving iron core can only hold the coil in a fixed position by the magnetic force. When the main contact point of the plate close, no current flows through the sucking coil. You might be easily.
Be sure to keep the bolts you remove in a safe place for reuse when putting the starter back in.
where wires hook up to starter solenoid?
Firstly turn on the switch, gradually increase the voltage, when the multimeter resistance scale indicates a resistance of zero, the indicated value of voltmeter V is the pull-in voltage of the switch. If the starter solenoid welds the contacts, then the starter will attempt to run anytime there is power in the battery. Check the coil frame and the insulating pressing plate; if there is damage, you should repair it according to the original shape. Then connect the wires to the battery, starter and solenoid using the open-end wrench set. Would anyone seem to know what's wrong with it? Turn the ignition to the "on" position. If there is continuity The screen displays a value of zero or near zeroand the multimeter beeps.