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Re: 96 maxima staring issue
Hi change the ignition switch. to confirm take the lower cowls of and hot wire the main live to the ignition feed and find the starter wire and just connect together temperary see if it turns over as it should yates210456
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Sounds like a starter that has given up the ghost to me. However, I would still test the battery and check all of the cable connections before replacing the starter. (Unless you have performed a proper load test on the battery, you really do not know that it is any good.)
If it is making the noise I think it
is, the problem is with the flywheel. The teeth on the flywheel wear
out and when the starter goes to engage, it doesn't quite fully engage
into the flywheel teeth and a makes a loud, sharp grinding noise, like
you tried to start a running engine.
can do is remove the starter and look inside at the flywheel. Make a
mark, paint dot or crayon, and turn the flywheel with a screwdriver. If
there are damaged teeth, and I suspect there are, they will be very
evident. If that is the case, you will need to replace the starter (new starter will likely be damaged from your efforts to start your vehicle) and
Did you have the new starter tested befor you installed it? Was their a lot of corosion on the battery cables? The cables might be corroded as well cousing too much resistance for the starter to crank.