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Truck starter turn normal but takes to much to run

7.3 truck starter turn normal but takes to much to run after is runing turn off and start runing normal the problem to run is the next day

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You need a new starter. chances are your bearings are bad. when the engine heats up the starter heats up and expands. since the bearings are worn they bind and the starter doesnt work.

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