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We stock Starter Solenoid parts for most Honda models, including Accord, CRV, CRX, Civic, Civic del Sol, Element, Fit, Odyssey, Passport, Pilot, Prelude, Ridgeline, S2000.

Standard Ignition
1995 Honda Passport Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-2501749    SS-384  New

88923189 , 1M1274 , 8-94381-936-0 , E914A , 94851505 , E913A , 25-1801 , 28150-16130 , 28150-01020 , S5065 , SW231 , 88923190 , SS739

Qty:
$79.99
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Terminal Quantity: 2
    • Terminal Type: Stud
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1995 - Honda Passport
Standard Ignition
1979 Honda Civic Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-26686D4    SS-259  New

31204-676-604 , 31204-676-602 , E998A , SS370 , 1M1110 , 88923019 , 25-1657 , S953 , 31204-657-015 , 31204-PA0-005

Qty:
$54.16
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Hitachi with Calif. Emissions Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black, Gold
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Finish: Dichromate, Plastic
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 4
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1979 - Honda Civic
Standard Ignition
1983 Honda Civic Starter Solenoid 4 Cyl 1.5L Standard Ignition

P311-5A73054    SS-260  New

31204-PA0-006 , 31204-676-003 , 1M1111 , 25-1650 , 31204-676-603 , 31204-PAD-006 , 31204-PC1-004 , S5091 , SS363 , 88923098 , SW172 , 31204-PC1-024 , E903C

Qty:
$55.67
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Nippon with Calif. Emissions Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black, Gold
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Finish: Dichromate, Plastic
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 3
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1983 - Honda Civic L 4 Cyl 1.5L - 1487
Standard Ignition
1991 Honda Civic Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-5A73054    SS-260  New

31204-PA0-006 , 31204-676-003 , 1M1111 , 25-1650 , 31204-676-603 , 31204-PAD-006 , 31204-PC1-004 , S5091 , SS363 , 88923098 , SW172 , 31204-PC1-024 , E903C

Qty:
$55.67
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black, Gold
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Finish: Dichromate, Plastic
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 3
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1991 - Honda Civic
Standard Ignition
1988 Honda CRX Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-5A73054    SS-260  New

31204-PA0-006 , 31204-676-003 , 1M1111 , 25-1650 , 31204-676-603 , 31204-PAD-006 , 31204-PC1-004 , S5091 , SS363 , 88923098 , SW172 , 31204-PC1-024 , E903C

Qty:
$55.67
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Nippon 0.8 Kw Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black, Gold
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Finish: Dichromate, Plastic
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 3
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1988 - Honda CRX
Standard Ignition
1982 Honda Civic Starter Solenoid 4 Cyl 1.5L Standard Ignition

P311-5A73054    SS-260  New

31204-PA0-006 , 31204-676-003 , 1M1111 , 25-1650 , 31204-676-603 , 31204-PAD-006 , 31204-PC1-004 , S5091 , SS363 , 88923098 , SW172 , 31204-PC1-024 , E903C

Qty:
$55.67
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Nippondenso with Calif. Emissions Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black, Gold
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Finish: Dichromate, Plastic
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 3
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1982 - Honda Civic L 4 Cyl 1.5L - 1487
Standard Ignition
1987 Honda Wagovan Starter Solenoid 4 Cyl 1.5L Standard Ignition

P311-5A73054    SS-260  New

31204-PA0-006 , 31204-676-003 , 1M1111 , 25-1650 , 31204-676-603 , 31204-PAD-006 , 31204-PC1-004 , S5091 , SS363 , 88923098 , SW172 , 31204-PC1-024 , E903C

Qty:
$55.67
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Nippondenso Starter 0.8 Kw Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black, Gold
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Finish: Dichromate, Plastic
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 3
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1987 - Honda Wagovan L 4 Cyl 1.5L - 1487
Standard Ignition
1984 Honda Wagovan Starter Solenoid 4 Cyl 1.5L Standard Ignition

P311-5A73054    SS-260  New

31204-PA0-006 , 31204-676-003 , 1M1111 , 25-1650 , 31204-676-603 , 31204-PAD-006 , 31204-PC1-004 , S5091 , SS363 , 88923098 , SW172 , 31204-PC1-024 , E903C

Qty:
$55.67
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Nippondenso Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black, Gold
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Finish: Dichromate, Plastic
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 3
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1984 - Honda Wagovan L 4 Cyl 1.5L - 1487
Standard Ignition
1979 Honda Civic Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-36DAFA2    SS-307  New

25-1639 , E996A , 31204-657-006 , SS351 , S951 , 1M1113 , 88923006

Qty:
$113.85
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Nippon with Calif. Emissions Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black, Gold
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Finish: Dichromate, Plastic
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 4
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1979 - Honda Civic
Standard Ignition
1977 Honda Civic Starter Solenoid 4 Cyl 1.5L Standard Ignition

P311-36DAFA2    SS-307  New

25-1639 , E996A , 31204-657-006 , SS351 , S951 , 1M1113 , 88923006

Qty:
$113.85
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Nippondenso Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black, Gold
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Finish: Dichromate, Plastic
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 4
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
1977 - Honda Civic ED3 L 4 Cyl 1.5L - 1487
Standard Ignition
1995 Honda Civic Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-4C67BDE    SS-412  New

19113497 , 31210-P01-005 , E950C , 31210-P30-005 , 1M1492 , S5401 , SW246 , 31210-P13-904 , 25-1559 , SS1043

Qty:
$87.03
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Mitsuba Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black, Gold
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Finish: Dichromate, Plastic
    • Hardware Included: No
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 3
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Transmission
1995 - Honda Civic Automatic
Standard Ignition
1994 Honda Civic del Sol Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-4C67BDE    SS-412  New

19113497 , 31210-P01-005 , E950C , 31210-P30-005 , 1M1492 , S5401 , SW246 , 31210-P13-904 , 25-1559 , SS1043

Qty:
$87.03
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black, Gold
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Finish: Dichromate, Plastic
    • Hardware Included: No
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 3
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1994 - Honda Civic del Sol
Standard Ignition
1995 Honda Accord Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-442F819    SS-423  New

88923101 , 25-1698 , 31210-PT0-905 , 1M1115 , 31210-PT0-004 , S5138 , SS433 , E904C , SW254

Qty:
$151.39
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Nippon Mitsuba Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black, Gold
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Finish: Dichromate, Plastic
    • Hardware Included: No
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 3
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Transmission
1995 - Honda Accord Automatic
Standard Ignition
1993 Honda Accord Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-442F819    SS-423  New

88923101 , 25-1698 , 31210-PT0-905 , 1M1115 , 31210-PT0-004 , S5138 , SS433 , E904C , SW254

Qty:
$151.39
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Mitsuba Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black, Gold
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Finish: Dichromate, Plastic
    • Hardware Included: No
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 3
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1993 - Honda Accord
Standard Ignition
1992 Honda Accord Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-442F819    SS-423  New

88923101 , 25-1698 , 31210-PT0-905 , 1M1115 , 31210-PT0-004 , S5138 , SS433 , E904C , SW254

Qty:
$151.39
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Mitsuba with Federal Emissions Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black, Gold
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Finish: Dichromate, Plastic
    • Hardware Included: No
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 3
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Transmission
1992 - Honda Accord Automatic
Standard Ignition
1996 Honda Prelude Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-442F819    SS-423  New

88923101 , 25-1698 , 31210-PT0-905 , 1M1115 , 31210-PT0-004 , S5138 , SS433 , E904C , SW254

Qty:
$151.39
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black, Gold
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Finish: Dichromate, Plastic
    • Hardware Included: No
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 3
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Transmission
1996 - Honda Prelude Automatic
Standard Ignition
2004 Honda S2000 Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-5151C11    SS-467  New

S35105 , E906C , 31204-P2A-003 , 88923204 , SS759 , 1M1114 , 25-1817

Qty:
$223.91
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Amperage Rating: 500
    • Color: Black
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Quantity: 2
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Finish: Dichromate, Plastic
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 3
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
    • Voltage: 12
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2004 - Honda S2000
Standard Ignition
2001 Honda CR-V Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-5151C11    SS-467  New

S35105 , E906C , 31204-P2A-003 , 88923204 , SS759 , 1M1114 , 25-1817

Qty:
$223.91
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Genuine Intermotor Quality Alternate Number
  • Product Attributes:
    • Amperage Rating: 500
    • Color: Black
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Quantity: 2
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Finish: Dichromate, Plastic
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 3
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
    • Voltage: 12
  • Our starter solenoids contain heavy-duty copper contacts that reduce the effect of arcing and extend solenoid life. Our starter solenoids have more pure copper windings than found on most vehicles to create a stronger magnetic field. Our polyester-insulated magnet wire, cadmium-plated copper discs and solid contact bolts reduce voltage drop and deliver full battery power to the starter while providing greater protection against electrical overload. Pure copper battery terminal studs reduce resistance to permit higher current flow, even in the hottest environments, for better performance. We understand and expect the demand for quality, our starting and charging system products feature high grade materials for extended service life. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Transmission
2001 - Honda CR-V Manual
Standard Ignition
2000 Honda Prelude Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-1E2C04F    SS-468  New

25-1875 , 1M1117 , 25-1874 , E954C , 31210-P2A-004 , SS888 , S35141 , SS889 , 19113501 , 31210-P2C-J61

Qty:
$276.44
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Amperage Rating: 20 A
    • Color: Black, Gold
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Finish: Dichromate, Plastic
    • Hardware Included: No
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 3
    • Terminal Type: Stud & Blade
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03 honda element no start

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Question From toolman0007 on 03 honda element no start

my lovely little friend is back..03 honda element standard shift . is there a way of testing the starter on this thing with out removing it
had a rotted off neg cable on the motor side replaced that but no change not sure about switches on interior clutch arm. have voltage on one of the two, but only in crank mode. it will start with rolling jump. any info would be greatly appreciated

Response From Tom Greenleaf

How is pos cable going to starter? Could show voltage but no amps delivered?


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Response From toolman0007

been doing a bit of checking. A system or item called the immobilizer ( thinking anti theft) car not recognizing the key
could also be a problem. any one have in put on this

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

To make this easy on yourself, find the starter cut relay in the underdash relay box. Make all your checks at the relay cavity. You can even bypass and send power down the starter solenoid circuit to see if the starter runs. Just make sure you have the transmission in neutral with the parking brake on. That will tell you if everything after the relay on the load side is working and gives you direction in your diagnosis.

If the immobolizer is active the starter still operates, but the PCM disables fuel to the engine.

Response From toolman0007

with out looking at it yet. would you know which leg on the relay is the one to solenoid. ?

Response From Discretesignals

Not off the top of my head. You'll have to pull the relay and see what numbers are printed to denote terminals.

Response From toolman0007

ok after a bit ...found the relay. jumped it, black and white to selenoide nothing at the starter. checked relay with stethoscope click's every time key is turned and clutch depressed. my understanding is jump and have action at starter relay is bad, no action on starter, starter is bad. Nice little am job....NOT LOL

Response From toolman0007

that was suppose to be jumped with relay out of cavity yes. or left in place and jumped from behind

Response From Discretesignals

If the relay is clicking that means you have control. You can jump the circuit going to the starter solenoid after removing the starter cut out relay. Make sure that you have power from the ignition switch on the load contact side of the relay. If you jump power to the starter solenoid circuit and the starter does nothing, you need to go down to the starter and make your checks there. Have you been able to do a tap test on the starter motor while someone is attempting to crank the engine?

Response From toolman0007

ok consider this one resolved. it was the starter. the connection between solenoid and starter was fried and melted
from each other. thinking the larger ground cable that was rotted off at the lower part of the motor had a hand in that.
thanks again for the help

Response From Hammer Time

Closed as resolved

Response From toolman0007

the cable on neg side of battery has two wires one 8 Ga and one larger. smaller one goes to fender and the other goes down to the bottom of the motor. the only places I have checked for voltage is on the two switches under the dash on the clutch peddle arm mount. neutral safety switches is what I am thinking. I know there is power at the starter. (long probe) with test light. the starter is under the intake, and to get to it for replacement. it's my understanding the intake and throttle body must be removed. I have looked at it and think it could be done by removal of radiator and cooling fan Assembly and grill. but not 100%

2000 Honda Civic will not turn over

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Question From frank44 on 2000 Honda Civic will not turn over

Hey guys just an over view of my scenario.
2000 Honda civic ex - manual
Got into my car after work and it wouldn't turn over, not even an attempt. Bump started it fine and drove home - still won't start
Tested the battery - its fine (all internal electric seems to be working - lights, radio, fan etc.)
Checked fuses they seem to be fine.
Removed the starter and brought it to Part Source - they tested it and it passed 3 times.
Put the starter back in and still won't turn over - doesn't even try.
When I turn the key to start the car I can hear a click in the fuse box under the hood but nothing else.
If anyone has any suggestions I would really appreciate the help.
Thanks in advance!

Response From Hammer Time

If the relay is actually triggering, the next stop after the relay is the starter so I would suspect a bad relay or wiring between there and the starter



Response From Tom Greenleaf

Yes, relay might click but not send on current. I'd also check that clutch switch (disables starter if clutch not depressed) is letting current thru. Eyesight for the diagram tough but seems it's somehow in between relay and starter trigger wire?


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Response From Hammer Time

No, the clutch switch provide trigger ground for the relay so if the relay energizes, the switch is working.

Response From frank44

OK. Ill start with the relay when I am home.

What would be the best way to check?

Thanks again

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

I'd check if another less or not needed feature of the car uses the exact same relay and swap it OR just take it out, inspect physical connections/prongs and if good by eye just put it back in. If that or a light whack on it makes the problem go away I'd blame the relay. If not it's not conclusive.


From there you would need to see if proper amps make it thru the thing and on to the trigger wire at the starter solenoid which it apparently does not enough or nothing and chase that down where the fault is.


Try to find that "trigger" wire on the starter solenoid now and inspect it also and general area. Not sure if it's highly exposed to the elements and subject to troubles right there off hand?


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Response From frank44

I tried switching the relay originally and that didn't change anything.

When I removed the starter I visually inspected the wiring and didn't find any issues - but I will have to be more vigilante this time around.

Thanks.

Response From Hammer Time

Try removing the relay and jumping pin 1 to pin 2 and then try to start the car.

Response From frank44

Sorry for the late reply.

It turned out to be the clutch sensor.

Thanks for the help.

Response From Hammer Time

Glad you got it resolved.

Thread closed now as solved.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

OK - thanks. Was suspect but can't see getting to relay if that failed right at the pedal. Again, relays do not need much to click but inside might not send on enough power to starter but when so the problem is usually intermittent at least at first,


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Cannot get starter-cut relay off 1997 Honda Accord LX Wagon

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Question From FreddyHonda on Cannot get starter-cut relay off 1997 Honda Accord LX Wagon

I'm in the middle of a trouble-shoot of a wiring problem/issue, when I've decided to drop down the PGM-FI relay and now I want
the starter-cut relay which is right next to it also dropped down so I can do some continuity out to the starter solenoid wire, not
that big a job in theory.

So I got the PGM relay to drop off it's bracket just by pushing the locking nub with a screwdriver and sliding the PGM grey housing up and
out - no problem there.

To do the same with the starter-cut, you just have to slide forwards this time, again, there's a little nub, but I can't seem to get the nub
to go in enough. So I thought I would just take the nut off the bracket and bring the starter-cut relay out that way. But I cannot
get the nut to turn - I've tried all kinds of 10mm wrenches, WD40, locking pliers - the nut won't turn.

So I'm leaning towards trying the nub push again since in theory, that's how it SHOULD be taken off.
Just curious, should I abandon the nut approach (and is it really a 10mm nut like the old civics) and stick with the nub approach.

Once I get that relay down, I can easily ohmmeter to the starter solenoid and see if there is continuity. I'm just checking for opens, and
also, those dreaded shorts.

My car was eaten into by animals after I had stored food in it for a long time. I have most of the car rewired, just a few left near the dashboard
to still find and fix.

Welp, that's my problem for the day, sorry, I'm in such a pickle. I've posted this elsewhere but so far I'm just not getting this particular one
nailed down. I'm not that worried - I guess I could hacksaw the bracket off if I really decide to give up. I might actually give up if I try
the nub once more. Then it's hacksaw or reciprocating saw time. I need to get at the BLK/WHT wire on that relay.



Thanks.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

I don't understand the problem with a metal nut?
Critter wiring damage I do. No telling what got shorted and melted what which may be the issue? Can you get to back of this and check continuity with a "T" pin at least to rule out continuity. Relay may have melted so nubs can't cooperate?


Good luck,


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Response From FreddyHonda

Thanks for your response and sorry my posts have some sort of carriage-return/linefeed problem.

Yeah, I guess I could try some Dritz t-pins for my fritz connections or fashion something from a thick needle or thin nail. Once I establish
continuity or not, I could perhaps go live eventually (with battery) and check relays. This is NOT what I wanted to do at the stage I
am at currently. I just want the relay hanging down so I can study it's connector for a long time and figure it out. I don't see any
explanations anywhere of the connector on the starter-cut relay. It has two little white things - one on each side. Am I supposed to
pry them out? Push in through some little hole? I just can't see well enough even though I'm looking right at the connector. The problem
is the connector is vertical and the little white things I can't see them clearly.

Hence, I decided to try to get the nut off. The nut has a sort of locking set of 4 legs and it might just be too dug in to the metal bracket
for anything but a perfectly fitting wrench. But I cannot tell - is it 10mm? 9mm? or 8mm? None of those will go on due to complex
geometric reasons. Getting the nut off would be a huge help. I bought a 10mm ratcheting wrench last night but I suspect it's a mm
or so too large but I'm not sure of this because I cannot find any wrench that fits over it. It's a hex nut and something should
be able to get it off. Is it 9mm? or 8mm? or some other size? Most nuts are 10mm, but this LOOKS smaller than the 10mm nuts I took
off the fuse box. But is it just deceptive in size for some reason? I don't know. I have to use those wrenches that look like an ordinary wrench
with box and open-end but yet have a ratchet. That's pretty much my only hope at this point, unless I buy yet another kind of wrench.

I don't have any reason yet to think that the little nub is melted to the metal. I don't see external signs of heat/temperature damage so I am
working under the assumption that the relay and the PGM relay will be fine. Perhaps they are not, but getting the connector off would help
establish that.

I might have to go out and buy a 9mm wrench since I suspect the size is not 10mm. Perhaps an 8mm too.

I haven't decided if I'll t pin yet until I try once more with a wrench and/or once more with trying to slide the relay out with my custom fingertips
that I just tried and failed with.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Dritz - ya a brand but any like that as it gets deeper in to connect.


What mm nut? True 10mm common but might be 8mm which is identical to 5/16th BTW. Six point with it straight on before you strip it or bust the whole thing and make work you don't want.


Is heat or anything looking melted an issue now that you can see?
I don't know exactly if this nut is off solves your issue or not but think you said WD-40 was used which is a totally useful product for tons of things but far better penetrating oils are available like PB = Power Blaster. Let it sit for a while and this is for usually corroded things not just any stuck nut or bolt and where heat shouldn't be used and shouldn't.


Gotta look, it heat melted this into a mess even unseen now a pronged relay might be more trouble than just a relay but yank the heck out of wires more than the critter damage or make real trouble.


You may end up at a junkyard replacing sections of wire exact part or area of harness totally spliced in properly, solder and shrink wrap and the plug ends or whatever if heat wrecked stuff.


Corroded small nuts and studs/bolts bust easily - do anything not to break them there's enough trouble without that.


No telling what wires did what if damaged by only cut wires or made a short somehow and melted things. Can be real nasty or reasonable fix and no way I could know the mind of what a critter does to amuse itself!


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Response From FreddyHonda

Since I'm in a bit of a pickle not knowing what wrench to put on there but as you say, it could be 8mm, 5/16" (only about 2 1/2 thou smaller).
I agree it could be 8mm hence I'll pick up a 9mm and an 8mm next time I shop.

But a thought occurred to me to try something. I'm going to take a picture of the connector that goes on the relay and post it
to a particular guy who I know knows his relays well. I will then simply ask him to post back to me what he thinks I should
do to get the connector off. It doesn't look difficult but I'm trying to be patient and learn without breaking something
as you mentioned. I'll just be patient and wait until someone gives me a hint how to tickle those little white tabs on
the side to get the connector off (and hopefully, it's not a double-locked connector). If I can get the connector off, that's
as good as taking the relay out. I could then test either thing easier.

I'm not really in a hurry - I've got time (and a bike) until I can figure this thing out.

I DO realize that I may have to tear more of the dash down at some point and do some visual but the inside
of the car is already down to bare metal so not much more to take off.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Buy a measuring caliper if you are screwed up with sizes. No offence but it you don't have the tools already it could be expensive.
When I said 8mm and 5/16th was really to state that a few sizes of metric and SAE are identical. Another is 19mm and 3/4" for example.
My experience with Honda is 9mm or 11mm are rarely used.
If buying check for all sizes in a set. It's common to skip 5.5mm which is exactly 7/32nds yet another in the game. Missing commonly with even nice full sets will be 16mm 18mm and no SAE size works properly on those.
Your call how much to spend or get to do this. At least know what you need. Six point is stronger and 12 point useful for tight areas where swing of a ratchet for example isn't as great or wrenches. You need them all in long and short six and 12 point if taking on more and some two of each. In short wildly costly.
Seems Harbor Freight type sets should do for you but even they skip some sizes in sets so does Craftsman tools much more $$ and better stuff and IDK why they do that.
As simple as a broken bolt/stud if it is on is it can take tons more to drill out and put back properly.
If you round off hex things there are yet again assorted tools for that.
This kinda smack of melted plastic so far but maybe not.
If just a bail or barbed thing to get this out take a flat head #1 screwdriver and with just propane heat to glowing in a vice you should be able to make a hook
end (can buy that stuff too) and get it out. BTW if using heat on a plastic tool to custom make one point the heated end up or you'll melt the handle.
IDK what happened already said but seems you aren't equipped yet for this tool wise. Can't fix everything with vice grips,
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Response From FreddyHonda

I don't yet have the ability to post pics on this forum but here is a link to the other forum where I am asking
the same basic question, and where I've attached a couple/few pics.


Is flickr allowed?
I just put the same pics up on flickr - it's not an automotive forum, it's the same idea
as photobucket - I don't belong to photobucket.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/frankyguitarwatson/albums/72157660142088094

I don't know if anyone can tell what size nut that is from the pics?

Response From FreddyHonda

Another thought occurred to me since I'm good at splicing wires (plenty of practice while getting
my taillights back working).

I might just cut the wires off and design a nice connector (female on one side, male on the other)
to hook them back up.

The small increase in wire and connection resistance is negligible but I could then troubleshoot
this problem much more easily, then simply hook the connector back up.

Just a thought. In fact, since I'm only interested in one of the wires right now, I can cut just
the BLK/WHT and check stuff, then reconnect it nicely. It's best to use individual connectors
so I can perform experiments with some of them disconnected or wired into batteries or whatever.
The whatever is to check for shorts between wires although I think most bad shorts will be to
ground. But I've already had wire to wire shorting in the rear of the car.

The solenoid type stuff does not need as high a gauge as the starter motor needs (which has
the high-current banjo strap) so I can just use like 10, 12, or 14 gauge, something in that range.
12 gauge can handle 20Amps at 90 degrees centrigrade. That would be more than enough
for the solenoid. Lots more.

Response From FreddyHonda

I can't believe the humiliation, I will actually be peeling back some heat/electrical tape from a 4-wire harness,
then cutting the BLK/WHT one, taking a Klein tool Katapult to strip the two ends, crimping with connectors
all by myself, and hoping I use the right gauge on the Klein tool so I don't damage a
single fiber strand of the wire bundle, and realizing that if I make a mistake, I have noone to blame
but myself.

Response From Hammer Time

The act of using crimp connectors is in itself destroying the harness. They are not a reliable way of splicing wires. Having any additional splice at all is introducing about 50 new ways to have a problem.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Freddyhonda: Sorry I can't follow this whole thread fast with issues with site and issues with servers at my end at a very effective or timely manner.
Like Hammer Time said but more - you are well on your way to destroying this car beyond reasonable repair by anyone! By the time wiring is melting things not fused with the troubles you've already mentioned a proper, dependable fix almost certainly will if not already render the costs far exceeding the proper repairs. Stuff happens like the critter damage. That's bad enough, making it worse now and can't even deal with or identify a nut size this isn't for you,


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Response From FreddyHonda Top Rated Answer

Overnight, a couple things have come to mind. 1) I can probably squeeze the brown tab on the connector and wiggle it off the relay. and
2) The nut I've been proposing to take off is actually welded on. It does not come off anyway.

So my plan today is just to wiggle the connector off.

But if I DID need to cut the wires, I would just need to design a nice way to connect them back up. As long as copper
meets copper in a nice, strong way, free of vibrations/moisture problems/arcing, your car will start.

Since I understand what is in the starting circuit, if I had to, I could just put an entirely new set of relays
and wires in to get the car started other than one system - the PGM-FI and ECU. I will ultimately need
to make sure all of my sensors and feedback to the fuel pump is all working.

So today, I will probably NOT need to cut any wires - just seeing if I have BLK/WHT to the starter solenoid.
Then I can go from there.

Response From Hammer Time

The accepted way to splice wires is to solder and heat shrink.

Response From FreddyHonda

My wire splices are fine - they are all soldered.

Response From FreddyHonda

I now have the starter relay connector off - a guy on another forum said it's strong plastic so I put a huge force on it.
I had almost gotten the white wire shroud off, when the left-side wouldn't give so I MADE it give.

He also showed me some tools I can buy for the future called picks.

I have other things to do for the rest of the morning but at least my next step is checking continuity, something
anyone can do with a meter. I realize this lack of solenoid voltage could be anything but at least
I have a good starter solenoid and starter motor as I can easily crank the starter with a
remote starter circuit I bought at Autozone.

Response From Hammer Time

The only links you are allowed to post are to your own videos or pictures. Definitely not other forums. If you upload your pictures to Photobucket, they will supply a link to make them appear here.

Response From FreddyHonda

I might try taping something to my finger to make it harder and stiffer, then try the nub push slide approach after I rest.

Honda Wont Start/Turn over

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Question From cowboydan on Honda Wont Start/Turn over

hiya, my 96 5 speed honda accord wont start up at all when i turn the key. it started a few days ago that when i would turn my key the starter would click (just once per turn) but nothing else would happen. after a few tries the car would start though. the problem got worse and now it wont work at all. no matter how many times i turn the key the only thing that happens is the starter clicking.

i tried the battery from my friend's car (though it is smaller than mine) instead of my own and the car did the same thing. i also tried charging my battery and that didn't help either. if someone could please lend their expertise to me i'd really appreciate it. i'm not in a good financial situation so i can't really afford to have it towed to a shop if i can help it. thanks in advance everybody.

P.S. I read some other forum posts on this site about similar problems and people mentioned that it could be some kind of safety switch? I'm not sure how to look into this and would love any help with that.

Response From alfagator

The switch you were reading about is most likely the nuetral safety switch, allthough it sounds more like the solenoid on the starter is the culprit. I'm not too familiar with hondas, but most likely it is on the starter. Generally its easier to just replace the entire starter with a rebuilt. First check and make sure all connections from the battery to starter are clean and tight, including ground. Good luck.

Response From steve01832 Top Rated Answer

Take a test light and connect the clip to the negative post of the battery. Put the probe tip on the S terminal of the starter solenoid. If not marked it is the small wire. Have an assistant turn the key to start. If the test light glows bright, replace starter. If the test light doesn't glow at all, or is very dim, we have to trace the wire back. Start there and let us know how it goes.

Steve

Response From cowboydan

wow i really appreciate all of the responses guys. i'll be sure to get right on it. :D

Response From naterosy

Basically you have some sort of resistance going to your starter. If could be mechanical or electrical. The folcom lever from your solenoid to your starter could be bound up so the starter motor could not be getting electricity because the plunger in the solenoid needs to make full travel to engage the starter motor. To make an accurate assesment though, try to borrow someones voltmeter.
1. Disengage the primary ignition
2. Put the red lead on the positive post of your battery
3. Put the blk post on the large cable on your solenoid. Usually marked with Batt.
4. Have someone crank the engine, no longer that 15 seconds and look at the voltmeter for your voltage drop. Should be .2V or less. If its more then theres a problem with that cable. Could be the connections or cable itself.
5. If thats ok, then take the blk lead and put it on the S terminal on the solenoid and keep the red lead on the positve post on the battery.
6. Have someone crank the engine again. You should measure .2V or less again. More and you have a problem with the starter switch or neutral safety, or if you have a clutch, the clutch safety switch.
7. Before you make any repairs though, make sure that your starter and solenoid are not lose at all. The case actually is the ground, so if you its lose or barely touching, you may get very low amperage and not enough to start your car.
If you have any questions, please contact me. Thanks