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SOURCE: We have 1996 Yukon. We have replaced the flywheel

it sounds like you have the wrong starter or flywheel on the truck. aif the transmission has ever been changed, it may have been changed with the wrong size. the bolts line up fine to fit the engine, but the flywheel is too small or the tooth size is off

Posted on Jan 29, 2010

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My starter is engaging but it is not hitting the flywheel to let it turn the engine over could that be from a bad flywheel or not haveing the shims in the starter


Yes and yes, but if you are lucky it could be a bad starter bendix. Remove starter to examine and check flywheel teeth as well.

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Sounds like the Bendix... You might ought to pull the starter and look at the teeth on both the bendix of the starter and the flywheel. If the teeth on both are in good shape...then its probably a weak starter not throwing the bendix out to turn the flywheel. But...if the teeth are **** up on the bendix...its cheaper tp replace it. Make sure Battery is in good condition as well. Both battery AND starter can be tested at your local AutoZone... Hope this helps...

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My car wont start? i had the starter check and they told me it was good.all it does you just hear the starter spining not the engine.


Sounds like the bendix, the part that pops up and catches the the teeth of the flywheel, isn't catching the flywheel.
Since you've had the starter checked and it was good...I'd say look at the teeth of the flywheel.
I suspect worn or broken teeth on flywheel.

Hope this helps...

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2002 GMC 2500 HD Duramax starter will skip off ring gear every once in a while but not all the time. I've replaced the starter once. replaced starter relay once. And had the chargeing system and battery...


Check flywheel teeth. Might be missing some teeth on the flywheel. Remove starter and you should be able to see flywheel. Turn flywheel and check all teeth.

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We have 1996 Yukon. We have replaced the flywheel three times and also changed starters to see if that was the problem. We have looked at the starter/flywheel teeth mesh and noticed that the starter teeth...


it sounds like you have the wrong starter or flywheel on the truck. aif the transmission has ever been changed, it may have been changed with the wrong size. the bolts line up fine to fit the engine, but the flywheel is too small or the tooth size is off

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99 devile, have to manualy move the crank to get starter to inguage sometimes. it is the 4.6 northstar.what would cause this...


broken tooth or wore out teeth on the flywheel. The flywheel is mounted to the engine when the starter is engaged its gears (teeth) engage the flywheels teeth and turn your engine. The reason you can turn the motor and try again and it grabs is because you have turned it enough to grab some of the good teeth you have left. You must replace the flywheel. Hope this helps

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Intemitant starting problem , ratling the gear stick now an again an it starts the other times i have to bump start it


If the starter spins and doesn't catch on the flywheel there may be some damaged teeth on the flywheel. That's why playing with the shifter may be moving the flywheel just enough that the teeth can engage. Remove the starter and inspect the flywheel teeth and the starter gear. Have the starter tested at an auto parts store. I hope this helps.

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Replacing the starter of chevy cavalier


1.The shims go between the starter body, and the engine block. These are installed to space the starter drive gear, away from the flywheel. They are only used if needed.

2.There is a gap that you need between the starter gear teeth, and the flywheel teeth. This gap should be about 3/32nd's of an inch, to 1/8th of an inch. With a flashlight, and a ruler, measure between the outside edge of the starter drive gear teeth, and the outside edge of the flywheel teeth.

Too close, when starting the vehicle it sounds very metallic, and like you're grinding corn.
Too far away, and the teeth don't engage properly, and you'll KNOW it! Sounds like a metallic 'zing', as the teeth skip. (Also it won't be long, and you'll be replacing the starter drive, and the flywheel!)

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Car has a hard time starting


The teeth on your flywheel or the teeth on your starter are chewed up. Since the teeth are chewed up but stiil present, they put a heavy load on the starter which in turn will draw a lot of power from the battery. If you have the ways and means take the starter out and inspect the teeth that attach to the flywheel. If they are stripped/worn/chewed up replace the starter if that doesn't work, take a flashlight and take a look in the little hole where the starter gear goes and take a look at your flywheel. If the teeth are real shiny take a look at your flywheel. Sometimes the starter will strip the teeth off of the flywheel, sometimes vise versa.

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