Question about Cars & Trucks
Some starter motors that continually miss engagement mash the ring gear teeth to the point that the pinion cannot disengage when the engine starts. This means that the starter becomes in effect a generator with uncomtrolled output. hence it overheats and burns. Have you checked that the teeth on the pinion of the new motor match the teeth on the ring gear. Ie are the teeth on one too course for the other
Posted on Jan 10, 2013
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