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We stock Starter Solenoid parts for most Oldsmobile models, including Achieva, Aurora, Cutlass, Cutlass Calais, Cutlass Ciera, Cutlass Cruiser, Cutlass Supreme, Toronado, 98.

Forecast
1994 Oldsmobile Achieva Starter Solenoid 4 Cyl 2.3L Forecast

P311-0242DA2    SS1  New

SS327 , 01114524 , 25-1621 , SW110 , 2-SS1 , 1M1028 , 3-971 , 9G9 , 18-5837

Qty:
$30.85
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Each Starter Solenoid is a direct-fit OE replacement that ensures ease of installation. High-quality materials withstand extreme conditions. Undergoes extensive testing to ensure reliability. As a global manufacturer of automotive aftermarket products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process.
Brand: Forecast
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1994 - Oldsmobile Achieva L 4 Cyl 2.3L 140 -
Forecast
1961 Oldsmobile Classic 98 Starter Solenoid 8 Cyl 6.5L Forecast

P311-13AFEC1    SS2  New

01114458 , 18-5838 , 25-1607 , 3-969 , SW100 , 9G8 , 1M1027 , 9-15102 , 2-SS2 , SS304

Qty:
$27.24
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Each Starter Solenoid is a direct-fit OE replacement that ensures ease of installation. High-quality materials withstand extreme conditions. Undergoes extensive testing to ensure reliability. As a global manufacturer of automotive aftermarket products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process.
Brand: Forecast
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1961 - Oldsmobile Classic 98 V 8 Cyl 6.5L 394 6458
Forecast
1988 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera Starter Solenoid 6 Cyl 2.8L Forecast

P311-0242DA2    SS1  New

SS327 , 01114524 , 25-1621 , SW110 , 2-SS1 , 1M1028 , 3-971 , 9G9 , 18-5837

Qty:
$30.85
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Use Heavy Duty Version Only
  • Each Starter Solenoid is a direct-fit OE replacement that ensures ease of installation. High-quality materials withstand extreme conditions. Undergoes extensive testing to ensure reliability. As a global manufacturer of automotive aftermarket products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process.
Brand: Forecast
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1988 - Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera V 6 Cyl 2.8L 173 -
Forecast
1980 Oldsmobile Starfire Starter Solenoid 6 Cyl 3.8L Forecast

P311-13AFEC1    SS2  New

01114458 , 18-5838 , 25-1607 , 3-969 , SW100 , 9G8 , 1M1027 , 9-15102 , 2-SS2 , SS304

Qty:
$27.24
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Standard Unit
  • Each Starter Solenoid is a direct-fit OE replacement that ensures ease of installation. High-quality materials withstand extreme conditions. Undergoes extensive testing to ensure reliability. As a global manufacturer of automotive aftermarket products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process.
Brand: Forecast
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1980 - Oldsmobile Starfire V 6 Cyl 3.8L 231 3800
Forecast
1981 Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais Starter Solenoid 8 Cyl 5.7L Forecast

P311-13AFEC1    SS2  New

01114458 , 18-5838 , 25-1607 , 3-969 , SW100 , 9G8 , 1M1027 , 9-15102 , 2-SS2 , SS304

Qty:
$27.24
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Use Heavy Duty Version Only Standard Unit
  • Each Starter Solenoid is a direct-fit OE replacement that ensures ease of installation. High-quality materials withstand extreme conditions. Undergoes extensive testing to ensure reliability. As a global manufacturer of automotive aftermarket products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process.
Brand: Forecast
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1981 - Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais V 8 Cyl 5.7L 350 -
Forecast
1982 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera Starter Solenoid Forecast

P311-0242DA2    SS1  New

SS327 , 01114524 , 25-1621 , SW110 , 2-SS1 , 1M1028 , 3-971 , 9G9 , 18-5837

Qty:
$30.85
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Str. No. 1998553
  • Each Starter Solenoid is a direct-fit OE replacement that ensures ease of installation. High-quality materials withstand extreme conditions. Undergoes extensive testing to ensure reliability. As a global manufacturer of automotive aftermarket products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process.
Brand: Forecast
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Fuel Type
1982 - Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera DIESEL
Standard Ignition
1961 Oldsmobile Classic 98 Starter Solenoid 8 Cyl 6.5L Standard Ignition

P311-2E73713    SS-200  New

1119967 , 1114358 , D981 , 1M1062 , 1114367 , 1114359 , 1119781 , 1114356 , 1114342 , 1M1027 , 1114251 , 1114281 , 1114263 , 1114347 , 1114346 , 1114395 , 1114328 , 1114465 , J8130938 , 3-969HT , 1114341 , C4TF 11390 B , 3-978 , D6TZ-11390A , 1964430 , 1114461 , 25-1608 , 1114577 , 1114264 , 1114380 , 3204349 , AR-68304 , 27356-45020 , 9-15102 , 01114493 , SS304G , 3205022 , 01114458 , 25-1607 , D992 , 1114362 , 1114481 , SS825 , 1114396 , 1114270 , 1114462 , 8130938 , 1114283 , 2-SS2 , 243857 , 1114262 , 1306454-8 , 1114458 , 1114306 , 1114304 , 87-33261 , 1114330 , 1186987-2 , 1114289 , 1114335 , 1114345 , 1119974 , 1114297 , 1114299 , 1114257 , 1114391 , 1114459 , 65478C1 , 1114496 , 1114460 , J3200939 , 1114277 , 1114339 , SW100 , 1114272 , 3-969 , 1114379 , 1114279 , 83091 , 1114348 , 1114294 , 3202630 , 1114466 , 1114360 , 1114287 , 1114324 , 1119946 , 1119923 , 1114369 , 3200939 , 1114253 , 1114388 , 1114336 , 18-5838 , 1119919 , AT17983 , 25-1844 , 1114256 , 1114326 , 1114334 , 1M1027A , 1118810 , 1114266 , R11240 , 9M0990 , 1114340 , 1114364 , 1118821 , 1114381 , 1119998 , 1114344 , J3205022 , 1114268 , 1114325 , 1114378 , 1118811 , 1114255 , 1114282 , 1114394 , 1114351 , 1119798 , 1114354 , S100 , D982 , 4912314-4 , 1114295 , 1114276 , 1114278 , 1114343 , 33261 , 1114333 , 1119910 , 1114252 , 1114487 , 1119936 , SS304 , 1114372 , 9G8 , 1114353 , 1114493 , 1114337 , 1114488 , 1114399

Qty:
$32.18
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Male
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Continuous Duty: No
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 4
    • Terminal Type: Stud
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1961 - Oldsmobile Classic 98 V 8 Cyl 6.5L 394 6458
Standard Ignition
1956 Oldsmobile Deluxe 88 Starter Solenoid 8 Cyl 5.3L Standard Ignition

P311-4525FC9    SS-201  New

SW102 , 1119774 , 1119968 , J3119550 , S88 , 3119550 , 1119789 , V25-60-0032 , 1119793 , SS305 , 1119780 , 1119760 , 25-1609 , 1M1032 , 1119767 , 3-941 , 3119551 , 1118806 , 1119777 , 1119975 , J3119551

Qty:
$64.18
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Male
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Hardware Included: No
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 4
    • Terminal Type: Screw
  • 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
1956 - Oldsmobile Deluxe 88 V 8 Cyl 5.3L 324 5310
Standard Ignition
1951 Oldsmobile Standard 88 Starter Solenoid - Starter Mounted 8 Cyl 5.0L Standard Ignition

P311-2E28BF7    SS-210  New

1M1533 , 1114310 , 3-936 , SW101 , 1118136 , 1114312 , 1118135 , 19106722 , D963 , SS1079 , D936 , 25-1584 , 1114316 , 1114311 , S83 , U943

Qty:
$68.81
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid  Starter Mounted
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Hardware Included: No
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 3
    • 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
Position: Starter Mounted
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
1951 - Oldsmobile Standard 88 Starter Mounted V 8 Cyl 5.0L 303 -
Standard Ignition
1987 Oldsmobile Calais Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-53ED9B8    SS-251  New

1114514 , 1M1028 , 01114531 , 3853869-0 , E3PF 11390 AA , 01114524 , SW110 , SS327 , 1114566 , 8-01114-584-0 , 1M1028A , 1114569 , 3853869 , D907A , 25-1622 , SS327G , 3-971 , 8983500937 , 9G9 , 8-01114-531-0 , F904 , 1114515 , E3PZ-11390A , D987 , 18-5837 , D991 , S682 , 1114564 , 12351568 , D994 , 8133925 , 1114518 , 1114531 , 1114557 , D984 , 1114524 , 2-SS1 , 25-1621

Qty:
$38.91
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Male
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Continuous Duty: No
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 4
    • Terminal Type: Stud
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1987 - Oldsmobile Calais
Standard Ignition
1982 Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais Starter Solenoid 8 Cyl 5.7L Standard Ignition

P311-53ED9B8    SS-251  New

1114514 , 1M1028 , 01114531 , 3853869-0 , E3PF 11390 AA , 01114524 , SW110 , SS327 , 1114566 , 8-01114-584-0 , 1M1028A , 1114569 , 3853869 , D907A , 25-1622 , SS327G , 3-971 , 8983500937 , 9G9 , 8-01114-531-0 , F904 , 1114515 , E3PZ-11390A , D987 , 18-5837 , D991 , S682 , 1114564 , 12351568 , D994 , 8133925 , 1114518 , 1114531 , 1114557 , D984 , 1114524 , 2-SS1 , 25-1621

Qty:
$38.91
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Use Heavy Duty Version Only
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Male
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Continuous Duty: No
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 4
    • Terminal Type: Stud
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Fuel Type Block Engine CID CC
1982 - Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais DIESEL V 8 Cyl 5.7L 350 -
Standard Ignition
1991 Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser Starter Solenoid 8 Cyl 5.0L Standard Ignition

P311-5F3B7BC    SS-328  New

1114591 , S5033 , 1114578 , SS404 , SW155 , 3L7 , 25-1686 , 8-10469-039-0 , 1M1046 , 84104 , 1114582 , 10469039 , D936A , 2-SS8

Qty:
$68.02
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Male
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Continuous Duty: No
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 3
    • Terminal Type: Screw
  • 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
1991 - Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser V 8 Cyl 5.0L 305 -
Standard Ignition
1999 Oldsmobile 88 Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-207EA2C    SS-418  New

D946A , 84029 , SW250 , 1114584 , S5129 , 1114576

Qty:
$39.03
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Gray
    • Connector Gender: Male
    • Connector Quantity: 3
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 3
    • Terminal Type: Screw
    • 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
1999 - Oldsmobile 88
Standard Ignition
1933 Oldsmobile Model L-33 Starter Solenoid 8 Cyl 3.9L Standard Ignition

P311-5F53E12    SS-529  New

19106729 , 1116255 , 820052 , 1924754 , S24 , U941 , 1922176 , D902 , 1S5216 , 53-27303 , SW38 , 3-902 , 277628 , 1858200 , DR464

Qty:
$28.83
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Product Attributes:
    • Amperage Rating: 50 A
    • Color: Silver
    • Connector Gender: Male
    • Finish: Brass
    • Hardware Included: No
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • 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 Block Engine CID CC
1933 - Oldsmobile Model L-33 L 8 Cyl 3.9L 240 3939
Standard Ignition
1997 Oldsmobile Silhouette Starter Solenoid 6 Cyl 3.4L Standard Ignition

P311-505AF53    SS-736  New

10475646 , 25-1889 , SS906 , 1M1047 , S5130

Qty:
$64.62
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Product Attributes:
    • Amperage Rating: 35 A
    • Color: Black
    • Connector Gender: Male
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 4
    • Terminal Type: Screw
    • 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 Block Engine CID CC
1997 - Oldsmobile Silhouette V 6 Cyl 3.4L 207 -
Standard Ignition
1980 Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais Starter Solenoid 8 Cyl 5.7L Standard Ignition

P311-2E73713    SS-200  New

1119967 , 1114358 , D981 , 1M1062 , 1114367 , 1114359 , 1119781 , 1114356 , 1114342 , 1M1027 , 1114251 , 1114281 , 1114263 , 1114347 , 1114346 , 1114395 , 1114328 , 1114465 , J8130938 , 3-969HT , 1114341 , C4TF 11390 B , 3-978 , D6TZ-11390A , 1964430 , 1114461 , 25-1608 , 1114577 , 1114264 , 1114380 , 3204349 , AR-68304 , 27356-45020 , 9-15102 , 01114493 , SS304G , 3205022 , 01114458 , 25-1607 , D992 , 1114362 , 1114481 , SS825 , 1114396 , 1114270 , 1114462 , 8130938 , 1114283 , 2-SS2 , 243857 , 1114262 , 1306454-8 , 1114458 , 1114306 , 1114304 , 87-33261 , 1114330 , 1186987-2 , 1114289 , 1114335 , 1114345 , 1119974 , 1114297 , 1114299 , 1114257 , 1114391 , 1114459 , 65478C1 , 1114496 , 1114460 , J3200939 , 1114277 , 1114339 , SW100 , 1114272 , 3-969 , 1114379 , 1114279 , 83091 , 1114348 , 1114294 , 3202630 , 1114466 , 1114360 , 1114287 , 1114324 , 1119946 , 1119923 , 1114369 , 3200939 , 1114253 , 1114388 , 1114336 , 18-5838 , 1119919 , AT17983 , 25-1844 , 1114256 , 1114326 , 1114334 , 1M1027A , 1118810 , 1114266 , R11240 , 9M0990 , 1114340 , 1114364 , 1118821 , 1114381 , 1119998 , 1114344 , J3205022 , 1114268 , 1114325 , 1114378 , 1118811 , 1114255 , 1114282 , 1114394 , 1114351 , 1119798 , 1114354 , S100 , D982 , 4912314-4 , 1114295 , 1114276 , 1114278 , 1114343 , 33261 , 1114333 , 1119910 , 1114252 , 1114487 , 1119936 , SS304 , 1114372 , 9G8 , 1114353 , 1114493 , 1114337 , 1114488 , 1114399

Qty:
$32.18
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Standard Unit
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Male
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Continuous Duty: No
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 4
    • Terminal Type: Stud
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1980 - Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais V 8 Cyl 5.7L 350 -
Standard Ignition
1981 Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais Starter Solenoid 8 Cyl 5.7L Standard Ignition

P311-2E73713    SS-200  New

1119967 , 1114358 , D981 , 1M1062 , 1114367 , 1114359 , 1119781 , 1114356 , 1114342 , 1M1027 , 1114251 , 1114281 , 1114263 , 1114347 , 1114346 , 1114395 , 1114328 , 1114465 , J8130938 , 3-969HT , 1114341 , C4TF 11390 B , 3-978 , D6TZ-11390A , 1964430 , 1114461 , 25-1608 , 1114577 , 1114264 , 1114380 , 3204349 , AR-68304 , 27356-45020 , 9-15102 , 01114493 , SS304G , 3205022 , 01114458 , 25-1607 , D992 , 1114362 , 1114481 , SS825 , 1114396 , 1114270 , 1114462 , 8130938 , 1114283 , 2-SS2 , 243857 , 1114262 , 1306454-8 , 1114458 , 1114306 , 1114304 , 87-33261 , 1114330 , 1186987-2 , 1114289 , 1114335 , 1114345 , 1119974 , 1114297 , 1114299 , 1114257 , 1114391 , 1114459 , 65478C1 , 1114496 , 1114460 , J3200939 , 1114277 , 1114339 , SW100 , 1114272 , 3-969 , 1114379 , 1114279 , 83091 , 1114348 , 1114294 , 3202630 , 1114466 , 1114360 , 1114287 , 1114324 , 1119946 , 1119923 , 1114369 , 3200939 , 1114253 , 1114388 , 1114336 , 18-5838 , 1119919 , AT17983 , 25-1844 , 1114256 , 1114326 , 1114334 , 1M1027A , 1118810 , 1114266 , R11240 , 9M0990 , 1114340 , 1114364 , 1118821 , 1114381 , 1119998 , 1114344 , J3205022 , 1114268 , 1114325 , 1114378 , 1118811 , 1114255 , 1114282 , 1114394 , 1114351 , 1119798 , 1114354 , S100 , D982 , 4912314-4 , 1114295 , 1114276 , 1114278 , 1114343 , 33261 , 1114333 , 1119910 , 1114252 , 1114487 , 1119936 , SS304 , 1114372 , 9G8 , 1114353 , 1114493 , 1114337 , 1114488 , 1114399

Qty:
$32.18
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Use Heavy Duty Version Only Standard Unit
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Male
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Continuous Duty: No
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 4
    • Terminal Type: Stud
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1981 - Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais V 8 Cyl 5.7L 350 -
Standard Ignition
1983 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera Starter Solenoid 6 Cyl 4.3L Standard Ignition

P311-4C608AB    SS-306  New

25516196 , 25-1670 , D959A , S5087 , 88923100 , SS387 , 1M1049 , 22516196

Qty:
$93.71
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Mitsubishi
  • 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 Fuel Type Block Engine CID CC
1983 - Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera DIESEL V 6 Cyl 4.3L 260 -
Standard Ignition
1982 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-53ED9B8    SS-251  New

1114514 , 1M1028 , 01114531 , 3853869-0 , E3PF 11390 AA , 01114524 , SW110 , SS327 , 1114566 , 8-01114-584-0 , 1M1028A , 1114569 , 3853869 , D907A , 25-1622 , SS327G , 3-971 , 8983500937 , 9G9 , 8-01114-531-0 , F904 , 1114515 , E3PZ-11390A , D987 , 18-5837 , D991 , S682 , 1114564 , 12351568 , D994 , 8133925 , 1114518 , 1114531 , 1114557 , D984 , 1114524 , 2-SS1 , 25-1621

Qty:
$38.91
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Str. No. 1998553
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Male
    • Connector Shape: Round
    • Continuous Duty: No
    • Hardware Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 4
    • Terminal Type: Stud
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Fuel Type
1982 - Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera DIESEL
Standard Ignition
1982 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera Starter Solenoid Standard Ignition

P311-4C608AB    SS-306  New

25516196 , 25-1670 , D959A , S5087 , 88923100 , SS387 , 1M1049 , 22516196

Qty:
$93.71
Standard Ignition Starter Solenoid
  • Starter Solenoid
  • Str. No. 22515863, 22523207
  • 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
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1988 oldsmobile 98 regency

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Question From BradLey on 1988 oldsmobile 98 regency

hi.well 1 day i was driving and car died..after about 30-40 minutes it restarted lucky i wasnt but 1 mile from my house and i made it home.my car will not start.its getting plenty of fuel,just no fire.i check fuel pump,fuel filter and changed the coil pack but im not really sure i have it hooked up just right.but my plugs was marked 123 etc and coil pack had the numbers of which plug wire went to which post etc.motor turns over great im thinking its either crank shaft sensor or igniton control modual.any suggestion or help would be great thanks...

Response From jayeffel Top Rated Answer

could be starter or starter solenoid; check battery connections for clean and tight connections.

Response From BradLey

the motor turns over fine...so i know its not battery.just no fire.to start

1999 Oldsmobile Silhouette - No crank

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Question From jhill5555 on 1999 Oldsmobile Silhouette - No crank

Van started struggling to start a few days ago. Got worse until it quit yesterday. Tried jumping, but no go. Checked voltage and battery shows 13 amps. So, as I was jumping, got clicking at first then, slowed to the point where it wouldnt even click. I'm thinking starter, but the fading clicking has me worried. And, frankly, the starter is easier to take out than the battery. Any suggestions?

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

Sure you meant volts.

(1) Put your volt meter across the battery terminals and have someone attempt to crank the engine.
(2) If you see the voltage drop below 10 volts, have the battery tested and be sure the battery terminals are clean and not leaking.
(3) If it stays above 10 volts, measure the voltage down at the starter where the battery cable connects to the starter solenoid with your black meter lead connected to battery negative. It should stay above 10 volts while someone cranks it.
(4) If it doesn't, you have a problem in the positive battery cable or a poor connection on the cable ends.
(5) If it stays above 10 volts, take your red meter lead with the negative lead still connected to battery negative and touch the starter motor housing while someone is attempting to crank the engine.
(6) If the voltage is below or around 0.5 volts, needs a starter.
(7) If it is above 0.5 volts, you have a poor ground circuit.

**It is important to make sure the battery is good before taking your measurements.**

Response From Tom Greenleaf

IDK but think OP is going by the dash gauge? If so that isn't going to help with fixing this OP,


T

Response From Discretesignals

If he is using the dash gauge, he won't get too far troubleshooting it...lol

Response From Hammer Time

Yes, you need a real test on that battery. There is something wrong there.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

You must mean 13Volts? Does it stay at 13 when trying to crank?
At a minimum you need to begin with clean terminals at the battery and at the starter.


What is this noise you hear? Rapid fire clicking at the starter? Then battery isn't delivering proper power. 13V is an odd reading for a battery that isn't just charged up and you should as the GM sideposts too can corrode the eyelet ends of cables and if checking the bolts you aren't reading what the starter is getting,


T

IGNITION PROBLEM

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Question From bikerboy1977 on IGNITION PROBLEM

Please help, I have a 1993 Oldsmobile Bravada, the ignition worked wometimes and now not at all, It sometimes had a sweet spot where if the shifter was moved just so, it would start but now the SWEET spot is gone and it will NOT START AT ALL, is it a short in a wire or could it posibly be the ignition switch? Or some sort of RELAY or FUSE?

Response From Double J Top Rated Answer

From what you describe,it sounds like it may be a faulty neutral safety switch.

It could be other things as well,based on what exactly is happening.
I assume it has battery power,just won't crank.
Not being there,i can only offer what it sounds like .
I would start by making sure the battery is ok,check all battery cable connections at the battery and starter.
Check for any fried fusible link wires at the starter.
Check to see if power is getting to the starter solenoid when the key is turned.
If so,starter may be the culprit.
Still could also be an ignition switch or wiring.
Based on what you describe about moving the selector and it would start,suggests neutral safety switch,unless coincidently something else failed.

94 Cutlass Supreme Starting Issues

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Question From Traveller-man on 94 Cutlass Supreme Starting Issues

I have a 94 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Convertible that came with a 3.4, but previous owner changed to 3.1. I am having starting issues and believe it is in the wiring, but not sure how to diagnose and cure. I have had the car several months and it has been reliable, except once it would not start when key turned, and checking obvious possibilities, I noticed a loose battery cable and tightened it and away I went. Then after driving it daily for a few more months, I got in, turned key and nothing happened. The dash lights came on, everything seemed normal except no starter and not even a click of a solenoid. I assumed it was the VATS security system as I rechecked battery condition, and cables and know that this is a common problem with these. I looked online and found a bypass for the key resistor, so was going to try that, but found it had apparently already been done, the orange wires under the steering column had been cut. So I researched and decided to do a full VATS bypass through Newrockies.com. I wasn't too happy with them, their procedures were too vague, and not much online help. I got it installed, and it did not help at all. Still no starter or solenoid sound. I contacted Newrockies (and got a little more assistance this time) and they had me see if power is going to starter solenoid when key is turned. It was getting power so it was determined starter is bad. I took it to get replacement and they tested starter and it was locked up tight, would not turn at all. That seemed strange to me as there were no symptoms before the seizure, but I put new starter in and now got click of solenoid, but no start. I thought maybe needed shims (there were none before, so none were used in initial install of new starter). Tried shims one at a time and now I get click of solenoid sometimes, and sometimes it starts. I put more shims in to see if it would start every time, but I now have 3 thicker shims, and am scared to go any farther, and still have the same result, sometimes it starts, sometimes it doesn't. I suspect even though I'm getting power to the starter, maybe it's not enough? Maybe a bad ground? Ignition switch? I have rechecked connections at starter and battery cables at the battery, I have tried swapping batteries with my daughters car that she drives every day with no problems. Can you suggest probable causes and tests I can perform to diagnose? I have an electrical tester, but am not familiar with how to use it, so if any tests require it, please let me know what settings to use.
Thank you,
Brian

Response From Discretesignals

I have an electrical tester.
What type of tester do you have?

Response From Traveller-man

It's a handheld Gunson's Pocketmeter 2 with several settings for amps, ohms, and volts.

Response From Discretesignals

That should work. Does it have a good battery in it?

Response From Traveller-man

I believe so, the display comes on when I turn it on, but I have not changed batteries before and have had unit for quite a while.

Response From Discretesignals

I was typing about the meter's battery. You should check the meter's battery. Just to make sure it isn't leaking.


Plug the black lead into the COM port on the meter. Should be the hole all the way to the right.

Plug the red lead into the middle port. That is for all measurements except AMPs

Turn the dial to the DC volt 20V scale. DC volt scale is the yellow region to the right of OFF.

Take the red probe and touch it to your car battery positive terminal. Touch the black probe to the negative terminal on the car battery. What you should see in the display is the voltage potential in the car battery (12.6-12.8 VDC).

Response From Traveller-man

Reads 12.59, just shy a touch of 12.6

Response From Discretesignals

With your meter connected to the battery have someone attempt to crank the engine. What does the voltage go to on your display?

Response From Traveller-man

I'll have no help for about 30 min, can I use a remote starter switch on this car? It looks like I would just put one lead on the small terminal on the solenoid, and one lead on the big terminal if it's ok to use it on this car and will accomplish what you are trying to test. Otherwise I can wait and try in a little while.

Response From Discretesignals

You can do that. You can test for voltage drops in the battery cables and connections using your remote start switch until someone comes back.

Response From Traveller-man

I tried it a few times, It did start each time (this is an intermiten problem), but it looked to me like the readings were between about 11.27 and 10.95. I did notice after the first try, the voltage was lower at about 12.29 before I hit the starter button, then dropped to the lower numbers after hitting the switch.

My help just got back, I disconnected the remote starter and tried a couple more times with the ignition switch, the car did not start, just clicked at the solenoid both times. The volts before turning the key were about 12.21, and when turning the key and holding it for a few seconds, it dropped down to about 11.59 and 11.63. It dropped most of it immediately and dropped a little more, slowly at the end and stopped at these numbers. It seems kind of coincidental that it started every time with remote starter, but didn't with ignitions switch.

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

Take the red probe of the meter and put it on the solenoid lead for the small purple post on the starter. Leave the black lead on the battery negative terminal. Have your help try to start the vehicle. You should see battery voltage at the purple wire post when the ignition is turned to start.

If that is good, take your meter and move the black lead to the positive post on the battery and leave the red lead on the starter solenoid purple wire lug. Crank the engine. What is your reading?

Response From Traveller-man

I tried it twice with the black probe on the negative side of the battery. It did not start and gave readings of 5.19 and 6.62. I tried it a 3rd time and it did start and the reading was 7.72. Then I tried with the probe on the positive battery terminal. It started out showing 12.21, and the engine started when key was turned this time, and it showed 1.6. I tried it again and it did not start and showed 5.09

Response From Discretesignals

With your meter connected to the purple post on the starter and the positive post of the battery you are measuring what is called a voltage drop through starter solenoid circuit. At the time the starter didn't work, you were dropping a total of 5.09 volts through the circuit due to high resistance. That means the starter solenoid only had around 6 volts, which isn't enough.

What you need to find out is where this excessive resistance is in the starter solenoid circuit. To do this you need to measure voltage drops in different parts of the solenoid circuit to find out where the high resistance is.

One place to start checking is at the ignition switch connector. At the connector you can determine if the voltage is dropping at the ignition switch, after the switch, or before the switch. Using the meter you can narrow down your search.

The ignition switch is located on the steering column tube.

Response From Traveller-man

I will try this tomorrow. I don't believe my probe wires will reach from the battery to the steering column. Can I use an extension wire, or will that affect current too much? And do I put one probe on the negative battery post and the other at different points (before and after the switch connector) along the path? And if so is there a particular wire I need to be testing? I suppose I will see numbers that look familiar when I test the right wire. Can I respond to this tomorrow if I have more questions, or should I start a new thread and refer to this one? Thanks very much for your help tonight! I finally feel like I'm making progress!

Response From Discretesignals

I'd keep everything in this thread. Mods don't like more than one thread on the same subject.

I'll prolly be on and off tomorrow, so I'll give you more info later. Unless someone else jumps in and has some advice.

Response From Traveller-man

Rereading the question, you may have meant in the car...yes the car has a good battery too.

'93 Cutlass Ciera -- Starting Problem

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Question From Vitamink on '93 Cutlass Ciera -- Starting Problem

Greetings, folks.

I've got a 1993, Six Cylinder Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera. For the past, oh, year or so, the ignition has been slightly finicky, by which I mean sometimes you'd turn the key and nothing would happen. Then you'd turn it again and the car would start right up.

So, the other day, I got into my car, turned the key and...nothing. No grunt. No click. No dimming of lights. Nothing.

I've recently (as in, two weeks ago) had both the battery and alternator replaced. I've tested the battery voltage, so I am ruling that out as a possibility.

I put the car up on jack stands and slid under. I found the starter and starter solenoid and put a multimeter on the cranking wire to see if any current was coming through. Got nothing. Then I shorted the connection between the cranking post and the 'always on' post and the car did indeed crank (that was kinda scary).

So, since the battery, starter and solenoid are good, my thinking is that it is either the ignition switch or the neutral safety switch. My neighbor suspects the latter, because he says that they tend to flake out after a while.

So here are my questions: First, where do I find the neutral safety switch on my car? I'd like to know the general location before I go tearing things up. Is it down by the transaxle, or inside the dash/steering column?

My second question is..would it be an extraordinarily bad idea to wire up a push button switch to route 12 volts to the cranking post on the solenoid to bypass the ignition switch and neutral safety switch, to give me a 'quick fix' for getting the car running? Ideally, i want it fixed right, but given the snow and ice, I could use a quickie fix to get things rolling until I have a nicer day with which to root around under the hood.

Thanks for any help and suggestions!

Response From Hammer Time

Yes, the rigged up push button would be a very bad idea.

The park/neutral switch is on top of the transmission.




Response From Tom Greenleaf

So this car is out in snow and ice - join much of the US right now. No tricks except just power trigger wire one more time, get it running and into a garage till all cleared off and you can find source problem. Tossing stuff you already did was a waste untested first and you'll go broke doing that. Car doesn't need an alternator at all to crank engine - what were you thinking?

T

Response From Vitamink

No garage to use, unfortunately. Best I've got is a carport. Probably would be better under that than out in the open, though.

I'm clueless about cars, but, yes, even I know that the alternator is not used when cranking the car. The alternator and battery were replaced prior to the problem with starting the car. I only mention them so that I can rule out A) bad battery and B) battery not getting properly charged.

So this car is out in snow and ice - join much of the US right now. No tricks except just power trigger wire one more time, get it running and into a garage till all cleared off and you can find source problem. Tossing stuff you already did was a waste untested first and you'll go broke doing that. Car doesn't need an alternator at all to crank engine - what were you thinking?

Response From Hammer Time

If I were you I would be testing power in and out of that neutral switch before changing anything.

It's going to be yellow going in and purple going out. You already know the purple wire has no power at the starter so you're interested in the power coming in on the yellow wire when the key is in start position.

Response From Vitamink

Quick question...if I put a piece of jumper wire in to connect the yellow and purple wires, would that temporarily bypass the switch to let me test the starting of the car with the switch out of the equation?

If I were you I would be testing power in and out of that neutral switch before changing anything.

It's going to be yellow going in and purple going out. You already know the purple wire has no power at the starter so you're interested in the power coming in on the yellow wire when the key is in start position.

Response From Hammer Time

Yes, it would but using a test light would be much easier and reliable way.

Response From Vitamink

Well, my neighbor with the multimeter wasn't home, so I had to rely on the jumper test. Didn't get any result, so I'll wait until I can borrow his meter to see if any current is coming through the wire at all.

Guess this is why a man needs his own tools.

Thanks for all the help so far! Will update after I can do a proper test.

Yes, it would but using a test light would be much easier and reliable way.

Response From Hammer Time

If you find nothing on that yellow wire, then you go to the ignition switch where that wire originates and test it there.

Response From Vitamink

Well, got a circuit tester (6-12 VDC) and checked for power when cranking to the yellow wire on the NSS. Got nothing, so looks like I have to find the yellow wire under the dash.

I'm assuming that I can just remove the plastic panel beneath the dash board, and I won't need to dissemble the steering column?

If you find nothing on that yellow wire, then you go to the ignition switch where that wire originates and test it there.

Response From Hammer Time

Yes, you will find a harness running up the steering column. This would be a good time to look around that area for an aftermarket alarm box that may be spliced into that wire. You probably also want to check the fusible link wires at the starter to make sure the ignition switch is even receiving power. Pull on each small wire at the starter and see any of them are melted or stretch.

Response From Vitamink

Okay, finally got the under-dash open and crawled in for a look. Definitely getting no spark at crank time on the yellow wire that leads out from the ignition switch. The red wire coming into the switch is hot all of the time, and the orange and green wires coming out of the switch are hot when the switch is turned on.

I'm assuming this means that the problem lies in the ignition switch somewhere?

Yes, you will find a harness running up the steering column. This would be a good time to look around that area for an aftermarket alarm box that may be spliced into that wire. You probably also want to check the fusible link wires at the starter to make sure the ignition switch is even receiving power. Pull on each small wire at the starter and see any of them are melted or stretch.

Response From Hammer Time

Looks like there should be 2 red wires coming into the switch which should both be hot. If that is the case and you did alll this testing while the key was held in "start", then you like do have a bad ignition switch.

Response From Vitamink

Yes, there was a red wire and a red wire with a white stripe. Both were hot all the time.

So how gnarly a business is it to work on the ignition switch? Kind of scared to mess with the steering column.

Looks like there should be 2 red wires coming into the switch which should both be hot. If that is the case and you did alll this testing while the key was held in "start", then you like do have a bad ignition switch.

Response From Hammer Time

It's really not that bad. You don't have too go inside the steering column. The switch is mounted on the top of the steering column under the dash. It's held on by two screws and slides up and down for adjustment. When you lift it off you will see the actuator rod that inserts into the bottom of the switch to operate it.


It's number 43 in the picture.



Response From Vitamink

Well, I went ahead and installed a push-button in the dash, wired to the green accessory wire and the yellow ignition wire. So to start the car, you turn the key to "on" and push the button. Hack-y, but it got me rolling.

When the weather warms up (and when I'm working less overtime -- thanks, Fed shutdown) I will want to fix it right and look at the ignition switch, but this will do for now.

Thanks for all of the help and advice. I really appreciate it.

Response From nickwarner

Doing the ignition switch is a pretty easy job. If you're going to have that pushbutton in there, at least put an inline fuse on it as close to the power supply as you can. If something shorts in this you will have a fire.

Response From Vitamink

Gotcha. I'll pick up a fuse holder and splice it in this weekend. Thanks for the tip.

Doing the ignition switch is a pretty easy job. If you're going to have that pushbutton in there, at least put an inline fuse on it as close to the power supply as you can. If something shorts in this you will have a fire.

Response From Vitamink

Duly noted. What amperage fuse would you recommend?

Also, how is this setup any more fire-prone than the crank switch in the ignition itself? Does the ignition system already incorporate a fuse? (Just curious).

Doing the ignition switch is a pretty easy job. If you're going to have that pushbutton in there, at least put an inline fuse on it as close to the power supply as you can. If something shorts in this you will have a fire.

Response From nickwarner

I'd try a ten amp. Factory circuits are all fuse protected. With this not being held into a factory loom it has a chance to rub and short to ground. Thats the fire danger. You never want to have an unprotected circuit. Seen a few burned out cars because someone rigged up the wiring and didn't protect it.

Response From DanD

Like HT said a test light would be the best for checking this; but use what you got.
If you do not want to wait for you buddy; you could unplug the safety switch and jumper the yellow and purple wires. Make sure the car is in park foot on the brake peddle and try starting it. If it does crank you know the safety switch is bad. If it doesn't crank move to the ignition switch and the yellow wire under the dash.

Dan.

Response From Vitamink

Sounds like a smart approach to take. Will I be able to get reasonably easy access to the switch, or will I need to remove some components to get at it?

If I were you I would be testing power in and out of that neutral switch before changing anything.

It's going to be yellow going in and purple going out. You already know the purple wire has no power at the starter so you're interested in the power coming in on the yellow wire when the key is in start position.

Response From Hammer Time

You may have to remove the air intake but it should be right on top of the transmission. Remember, it's adjustable too for position so trying wiggling the shifter around while trying to start it too.

Response From DanD

It's a pretty simple starting circuit and you've already told him what to check HT; but I just thought a diagram might help him understand why.

Dan.

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

If this car has an aftermarket alarm system, you might want to check that out too.

Response From Hammer Time

If he just does the testing I gave him, it's going to lead there anyway.