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Old 09-06-2005, 01:01   #1 (permalink)
matt
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Starting 110 CSW - power no turnover

Hi,

Problem.
We have Battery power to the solenoid
Lights do not dip with ignition turning on.
There is plenty of power from the battery
to all parts. The AA man mentions that the
relays seem fine, and battery/starting motor
looks ok too, he also mentioned that the
soleniod looks ok too.

There is no clicking on the solenoide
or starting motor.

When turning ignition on the coil light
goes off after 2-3 seconds.
The Battery light and oil light looks ok too.

The only thing I can see when powering up is
that the radio light goes week.

--------------------------------------------

To turn the engine over we have to start the
engine via a small wire over the soleniod points.

The ingition lead looks ok and there is constant
power to the soleniod, ignition wire.

I have checked the relays and the fuses.
----------------------------------------------

Is there a fuse diagram or a fuse plug I am missing ?
Is there a plug for the seating belt imobiliser, I can see
no leads.

Please email me if you can help

Regards

Matt

Question why is my car not turning over


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Old 09-06-2005, 01:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Starting 110 CSW - power no turnover

In message <dfjem2$dif$1@newsg2.svr.pol.co.uk>
"matt" <matt@jtml.com> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> Problem.
> We have Battery power to the solenoid
> Lights do not dip with ignition turning on.
> There is plenty of power from the battery
> to all parts. The AA man mentions that the
> relays seem fine, and battery/starting motor
> looks ok too, he also mentioned that the
> soleniod looks ok too.
>
> There is no clicking on the solenoide
> or starting motor.
>
> When turning ignition on the coil light
> goes off after 2-3 seconds.
> The Battery light and oil light looks ok too.
>
> The only thing I can see when powering up is
> that the radio light goes week.
>
> --------------------------------------------
>
> To turn the engine over we have to start the
> engine via a small wire over the soleniod points.
>
> The ingition lead looks ok and there is constant
> power to the soleniod, ignition wire.
>
> I have checked the relays and the fuses.
> ----------------------------------------------
>
> Is there a fuse diagram or a fuse plug I am missing ?
> Is there a plug for the seating belt imobiliser, I can see
> no leads.
>
> Please email me if you can help
>
> Regards
>
> Matt
>
> Question why is my car not turning over
>
>


If read your description right, it shounds like the small lead to the
solenoid has come off. It's under the turbo and a bugger to get at
(and a bit painful if the turbo is hot!).

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Old 09-06-2005, 13:01   #3 (permalink)
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Re: Starting 110 CSW - power no turnover

On or around Tue, 6 Sep 2005 07:39:24 +0000 (UTC), beamendsltd
<beamendsltd@btconnect.com> enlightened us thusly:

>If read your description right, it shounds like the small lead to the
>solenoid has come off. It's under the turbo and a bugger to get at
>(and a bit painful if the turbo is hot!).


sometimes get similar symptoms from stuck non-contacting brushes in the
starter motor. Cured, of course, by hitting it with a hammer...

the pre-engaged type starters tend to earth the solenoid through the motor,
I know not why, and as a result, if the brushes aren't contacting in the
motor, the solenoid won't engage.


oh, and the proper cure is to take the motor out, strip the brush housing,
clean the brushholders, replace brushes if necessary, and replace the seals
which let the crud in in the first place.

Hammer is easier.
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Old 09-06-2005, 13:01   #4 (permalink)
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> If read your description right, it <<shounds>> like the small lead to the
> solenoid has come off. It's under the turbo and a bugger to get at
> (and a bit painful if the turbo is hot!).


> Richard
> Was that a typo or have you been at the drink again? LOL Dave. PS I
> think I agree with your conclusion on the above. After that take the
> starter off and check with Multimeter. Try handroliclly cranking the
> engine round to see if it's free!!


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