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ISBN: 9781133612315
Textbook Problem

If the solenoid clicks while trying to crank the engine with the starter, which of the following is not a probable cause?

  1. A faulty neutral safety switch

  • Low battery voltage
  • Low voltage available to the solenoid
  • An open in the hold-in winding
  • To determine

    Which is not the cause if the engine does not start?

    Explanation

    Given information:

    The solenoid clicks while trying to crank the engine with the starter.

    The noise is mainly caused due to the plunger is moving back and forth. In normal conditions, the plunger moves and is kept their due to the magnetic field and comes to its initial position until the starting switch is on. To move this solenoid plunger a strong magnetic field is always required. Thus, a strong current is always needed to create that field. Therefore, if the current is not enough to produce strong magnetic fields the problem arises...

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