Car wont Stop Starting

Asked by Oct 12, 2016 at 02:24 PM about the 2000 Oldsmobile Intrigue 4 Dr GX Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

So it began with the car not turning over
and initally it was a battery problem, then
the car would still not turn over so we
changed the starter out. Now the car wont
stop trying to turnover with out the key in
the ignition. So we replaced the ignition
housing and electrical component, and a
new starter and a new starter cellenoid.
New starter relay. The only thing that
would stop it from trying to turnover os
we unhooked the battery. We took out the
ignition switch, keeps trying to start, we
take out the starter relay, keeps trying to
start.

6 Answers

17,320

Recheck the wiring going to the starter sounds like a wire is crossed.

17,320

Or touching something it should not be.

It doesnt do it continuosly.

17,320

Did it start doing this after replacing the starter ? If so recheck connections at starter

We already did.

17,320

Can not say with out being there to check it out for myself but I think you have a wire crossed on the starter some how.

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