You said, "it won't crank". If starter motor won't crank, what I posted about starter motor circuit, is right on the money.
Sometimes when people say it won't crank, they mean, it cranks good but won't start. I'm just trying to figure out exactly what your saying? Sometimes when you track down one circuit, it may well fix other issues.
At the moment, if starter motor won't crank, I don't care about the brake service. I don't believe you said, the starter motor would crank? You do have shift interlock and the brake is part of that system.
I'm not trying to argue, just trying to understand. You can always get the starter motor to crank, by using jumper wire across switch side of relay, as long as there is voltage to switch side of relay. If you try that, just be sure the tranny is in park or neutral and the parking brake is set.
Tuesday, June 16th, 2015 AT 11:48 AM