Question about Chrysler Concorde
You have some teeth missing on your flywheel most likely. There is probably nothing wrong with any of your starters. If the starter is clicking, then you need more power to it (basically try jumping the car), did you take a look at the flywheel before putting the new starter on as teeth missing on the flywheel is probably the case and then you have a bigger problem on your hands which I'm sorry to say won't be fun. Starters automatically should have the gear pop out when the voltage is applied to it and if its brand new then the chance of it not working right is almost zero. So, sorry but you will have to remove the starter to check the flywheel or flexplate (whichever you call it). Spin it all of the way around but the missing teeth should be right where the starter would engage with it. You could also test the missing teeth theory by turning the engine over a little and see if it will start. If it starts with teeth, then it should start fine as long as too many teeth are missing. Let me know what you find and what other questions you may have.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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