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    750sx bypass starter relay

    I have no crank situation. Out of nowhere started no crank, buzz/clicking in E box when I hit start button. Battery good, all grounds good, starter good. Can I bypass relay by crossing the relay posts? Should I pull E box and check grounds inside? 92 750sx.

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    Re: 750sx bypass starter relay

    Yes you can jump the two posts with a screwdriver or something. It sounds like your relay has gone bad. You can get replacements pretty easy but if you gotta remove it I suggest new grommets for the posts when you reinstall, lots of dielectric grease, seal it up!
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    Re: 750sx bypass starter relay

    Thanks for tip.

    -Battery 1 yr old and at 12 Volts and was on 2a slow charge overnight.
    -Motor spins freely at pto.
    -Would not jump while trying to cross the relay studs.
    -Battery positive cable directly to starter it would not spin (still grounded)

    I'm thinking battery is bad. Is it ok to jump directly to the starter with a car battery or will the cranking amps be too high?

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