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Old 12-30-2015, 11:32 AM   #1
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07 Pacifica HELP!!!!!

Ok guys I am in need of some serious help with my wife's car, it won't start. Here is what I have done so far....replaced ignition module behind key, replaced battery and just replaced starter and the only thing it will do is click when you turn the key. I have power coming to the starter based on my test light.....

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Old 12-30-2015, 01:50 PM   #2
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swap the starter relay, with another one of the same type. just make sure it's not the fuel pump relay. the panel is probably under the hood
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Old 12-30-2015, 03:09 PM   #3
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Already did that I acutely bought a new one and put in.
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Jeez, stop throwing money at it! What EXACTLY are the symptoms?
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Ok you have power going to the main starter wire the big one? And power with key on crank to the small trigger wire? If so manually jump the small wire to the large wire and see if the starter will spin the engine over!
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Well the symptom's are just what I said only a click when the key is turned. Ok Charged392 are you suggesting unplugging the little wire and jumping it or splicing a wire into it.
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Jump the small wire still hooked up to the big wire this will simulate a key being turned to crank. If tue starter is good and the engine is not locked up it should crank like normal.
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If that works then what is the fix? So use a wire splice connector and hook it into the small wire and then jump it to the starter wire?
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you can unplug small wire and take a piece of wire carefully and connect small starter pin to main starter battery cable it should crank. Given that you said it clicks and doesn't rorate the engine over either the engine is locked up (hopefully not) or the starter is not getting the correct voltage to the main cable either by high resistance or bad connection somewhere. Also make sure the main ground from the battery to the frame and whine block are good and tight.
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