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If solonoid is clicking and the teeth are ok on the flywheelit could well be the starter drive that is not engaging the flywheel. with starter off check to see if the gog bit on s/m turns one way and not the other

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Engine won't turn over when starting, why?


Joe, was a bad battery causing the start problem? or did you assume it was the battery?
Not knowing what is wrong, can cause you to replace lots of things, without resolving the real problem.
The could be a bad starter relay, a bad cable or just a bad connection to the starter motor. But also dead point in the starter motor. First try to do a correct diagnose, by testing things and then replace. Making a diagnose, not being close to the car is almost impossible.

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I bought a 97 Toyota camry with a bad motor an a good motor came with it I installed it the car will nt start unless u jump the starter relay an when u put it in neutral the car dies every time u start it...


can you supply the engine numbers. engines can be the same from some years but the electrics can be of a different type 97 is on borderline when they changed the ecu and sensors. your ecu would read everything as normal but will not start. if you swap over the sensors from the old engine to the new engine it should work after this. as long as no sensor problems are on the old engine. check the part numbers and change the ones that are a different number to you old engine. there will be a few the same but most will have changed there number like cam crank and maf and prob knock sensors

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Starter motor not catching


sounds like you need a new flywheel

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My car won't turn over. i have a new battery on it ( DOUBLE CHECKED ITS FINE) It seems as tho the starter motor is'nt getting enough power to it. It just sounds as though its struggles to turn...


Sometimes the starter motor bushes can be worn out and so will work with a high level of friction which will not power the engine to turn over. Also if the brushes or the commutator in the motor is bad it will be hard to turn.
The starter solenoid also is a suspect as if this is worn out it will be delivering lower current to the motor which will not be sufficient to turn the engine .
So please remove the starter motor and overhaul.. check the starter pinion and flywheel.

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I have a 1984 jeep cj7 and it is having trouble turning, it feels like it is slipping and wont turn, like something is not catching, can anyone help


1. THE STEERING GEAR SHAFT ADJUSTMENT TOO LOOSE OR SHAFT AND OR BUSHING BADLY WORN 2 .EXCESSIVE GEAR WORM END PLAY DUE TO BEARING ADJUSTMENT 3.STEERING LINKAGE LOOSE OR WORN. 4.FRONT WHEEL BEARINGS IMPROPERLY ADJUSTED. 5 STEERING ARM LOOSE ON STEERING GEAR SHAFT. 6. STEERING GEAR HOUSING ATTACHING BOLTS LOOSE. 7.STEERING ARMS LOOSE AT STEERING KNUCKLES. 8.WORKING PINS OR BUSHINGS. 9.LOOSE SPRING SHACKLES.THIS IS 9 POSSIBLE CAUSES THAT WILL CAUSE STEERING TO BE TOO LOOSE.

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Engine clicking and does,nt turn over when trying to start


if u do have lot power in battery then is would be starter motor is goned and if no power in the battery is dead need new 1

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Like the sound made when a battery is bad (but it was just replaced)


I would have the new battery checked just because it`s new doe`nt mean it could`nt be bad

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Peugot 309 19 years - wont start


could be a dodgey starter motor, is the car petrol or diesel, if its diesel id recemend changeing the heater plugs and diesel filter thats if they have,nt been done in the lastyear or more

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Where do i find the starter motor in my audi a4 w reg


this is info i pulled but not sure exactly what engine you have...here are a couple though
REMOVAL & INSTALLATION



Fig. After the negative battery cable is disconnected, remove the wire terminals from the starter solenoid



Fig. Remove the lower starter mounting bolts . . .



Fig. . . . followed by the upper bolt, then remove the starter from the transaxle housing



0900c152800c2ab1.jpg enlarge_icon.gifenlarge_tooltip.gif Fig. Lower starter bolt locations-1994 2.0L, 2.0L ABA



0900c152800c2ab2.jpg enlarge_icon.gifenlarge_tooltip.gif Fig. Remove the upper starter bolts



Fig. Mark the location and length of each starter bolt

Fig. When the solenoid is energized the starter drive is pushed out and meshes with the flywheel to crank the engine
  1. Note the radio security code, and then disconnect the battery ground cable.
  2. Raise and safely support the front of the vehicle with jackstands.
  3. If installed, remove the lower engine shield.
NOTE
The engine must be supported on 1990-97 Passat models as the starter mounting bolts also support the engine-to-transmission mounting surface. If necessary, label the small wires before disconnecting them.

On 1990-97 Passat models:

  1. To support the weight of the engine and transaxle, install the engine support Tool Nos. 10-222A and 10-222A/1, or use a floor jack (with a block of wood on the chock) to support the engine by the oil pan. Do NOT jack the car by the oil pan under any circumstances! The floor jack is ONLY to support the engine while the starter is being removed. This is necessary because the bolts that secure the starter to the transaxle are also used to secure the front engine mount to the transaxle.
  2. Disconnect the large cable, which is the positive battery cable, from the solenoid.
  3. If equipped, remove the bracket that secures the starter to the engine. On Audi A4 and 1998-00 Passat models:

Release the number 50 electrical connector from the starter.

  1. Then remove the nut for the large battery cable and remove the cable.
  2. Loosen then remove the clamp that secures the heat shield to the starter.
  3. Remove the fasteners securing the bracket at the front of the starter and remove the bracket.

Remove the starter mounting bolts, while supporting the weight of the starter.

  1. Pull the starter straight out from the transaxle. To install:
NOTE
On vehicles with a manual transaxle, there is a bushing where the starter shaft fits into the bell housing. If the shaft or bushing is worn or if the starter has been jamming, the bushing should be replaced. There is a special bushing removal tool available but a small inside bearing removal tool is usually sufficient.
Install the starter into the transaxle.

  1. Tighten the related starter motor fasteners as follows:
  2. Starter support bracket, M5 nut: 35 inch lbs. (4 Nm)
  3. Starter support bracket, M8: 16 ft. lbs. (22Nm)
  4. Battery cable to solenoid, M8 nut:10 ft. lbs. (13Nm)
  5. hydraulic hose support bracket, M8: 84 inch lbs. (10Nm)
  6. Starter mounting fasteners, M10: 44 ft. lbs. (60 Nm)
  7. Starter mounting fasteners, M12: 48 ft. lbs. (65 Nm)
  8. The balance of the installation is in reverse order of removal
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