Please check the original posting. And tell me what you think. Its the only thing outta place right? Just looks like what a blown fuse would. But I know there are focus experts lurking around here somewhere.well a relay is cheap , why not just replace it and see what happens
You, me and Superman can not look at a relay in order to determine if it is good or bad. It must be tested.Is this a bad starter relay?
The most common method of testing a relay is to swap it with another EXACT type relay and see if the other system works OK -while using the suspect bad one in a known good system... and vice verses.
Other more sophisticated test methods exist.
 it marde, looks like a hack job to me. I opened the little thing up. Everything looked fine on the inside. But screw it I will just buy a new one.You, me and Superman can not look at a relay in order to determine if it is good or bad. It must be tested.
Partial quote below is from your other thread.
Learn how to use a DVM and save yourself some money. No sense in buying a relay before even testing it (and the whole system). It is or can be easy. Seriously, please do some searches for "how to use a multimeter" or "how to test a car fuse" or "how to test a car relay" or "testing car electrical systems 101".... how about a few youtube videos on those searches?But screw it I will just buy a new one.
Nope. Because you would still hear the starter do something. AFAIK, your starter is dead silent when trying to start it. NO, that does not mean your Starter is Dead! Again, if you could only do those DVM tests I told you about in the other thread. If you learn and do those tests properly, someone here can help you....And I was still turning the starter to start the engine? Would that has caused this problem...