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Starter sometimes kicks over

I changed the oil sensor but as I removed the starter it sparked wildly once then I replaced oil sensor (new) then the same starter but soon after having trouble starting most the time it wont then other times it will but getting worse

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  • krazeekat40 Apr 19, 2009

    can I change out the solenoid and could it be that a wire is loose?

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There is a poor contact hence the spark chances are thje solenoid is bad so replace the starter and this will solve the problem

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