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Hello, so the first thing we need to make sure is that if we jump the starter if the engine will crank. are you comfortable with jumping terminals in a fuse block?
ok how long has it been sitting without cranking?
so lets access the starter relay in the front engine bay fuse box, remove the relay and tell me what numbers are on the bottom of the relay next to each terminal.
and i appreciate the extra info, the more i know what you know the better i can assist. that is ALWAYS HELPFUL
ok let me compile a list of a few things to try, you can always reach me back here as well anytime by replying back. so no worries you will not lose me.
so on the bottom of the starter relay we are looking for terminals 87 and 30, if you cross those on the fuse box where the relay terminals insert then the starter should crank the engine. if your relay does not have those numbers it will most likely be numbers 3 and 5. there are only 2 types of relays and numbering systems. if the starter does not crank then when the relay terminals are jumped you need to check for power at the solenoid wire of the starter. if it has power the starter is bad. let me know if this helps.
they all have 4 :)
they are all just number differently
one was 1-2-3-5
the other has 85-86-87-87a-30
the numbers dont represent the amount of cavities they represent the terminal designations.