The first thing we need to do is check if power is where it needs to be. First, confirm there is 12v to the larger wire on the starter at all times.
Next, have a helper turn the key to the start position and see if there is power to the smaller wire on the starter (s terminal). The smaller wire should only get 12v when the key is in the start position. Here is a link to help:
Next, there is a switch on the clutch pedal that prevents the vehicle from starting if the clutch isn't depressed. Have you checked that? Take a look at pic 1 below. It shows the wiring to the clutch switch. The green /. brown wire should receive power when you turn the key to the start position. Power should then come out from the black / white wire to ground.
Next, check and confirm fuse 21 is good. See pic 2 Additionally, check the two fuses in pic 4.
Last, check the starter relay. See pic 3 for location. If there is another relay with the same part number, switch them to see if anything changes. If there isn't, I will include directions for testing in the following links.
Here are a few links you may find helpful:
I realize this seems like a lot, but it won't take too long. Let me know the results of the tests. If you find something that seems out of the ordinary, let me know. Also, let me know what kind of wiring issues you were having prior.
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Sunday, December 22nd, 2019 AT 7:55 PM