Originally Posted by FD3S_wanted
Thanks for replying. I know what you said make sense however I'm not sure that I fully understand.
From what I understand I have to jump a wire between the B/R wire (START on the ignition switch) and the B wire? I will take a picture tonight to show you what I understood.
If the starter turns every times the ignition switch is not the problem.
Just the opposite. IF the starter turns each and every time, then the problem IS the ignition switch. Your bypassing JUST the ignition switch when you jumper the BR to the pure Black wire. All the other wiring is in place, so it can't be that wiring. It could only be the igniton switch itself.
Tell you what. I've never done that jumper job before. I'll go out to my car and jumper it just as I described. All I need is, is a piece of wire of 18-22 gauge bare at each end. One end to BR and the other to B. All the other connectors disconnected from the ignition switch . Later, it might take a while. The guy on TV is talking sense right now.
I just did this on my 87 non turbo car. One wire is on a connector by itself and is black/red. The other wire you want to jump to is in a two wire connector. One of the two is pure BLACK. I got a piece of wire about four inches long. Crammed one end of the new wire into the connector with the black/red. Then touched the other end of that new wire to the pure black wire. Engine turns over each time.
I first tried this on my 87 turbo car. Can't do it. MR I DON'T KNOW SQUAT owned this car prior to me a fucked up the single black/red wire all to hell and back and it's since been changed in color........so I pressed on to the non turbo car. So? How long did that take? Twenty minutes? I took the steering wheel off so I wouldn't have to suffer cramps.