Question about 1993 Toyota Pickup
Just put in reman starter. Starter engages, I think solenoid engages, because starter spins/grinds against flywheel.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1st thing is the battery 100% ??? try jumping it with another battery or car Poss to Poss and Earth to Earth.. and if still the same and the battery poles dont get warm then battery are ok ,,BUT CHECK it first
You say the starter motor is new and the starter ring is good but does it turn and the just spin and make a grinding noise if so the starter ring is worn at where it always stops which is about No1 cylinder
SO turn engine over by hand about 1/2 a turn and then try starting and if the starter turnes it over another 1/2 turn and stops again then the starter ring has to be replaced........ other wise you could have a big engine problem
BUT do all the above first and let me know how you go . Ron
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
SOURCE: I replaced the starter on
when the ignition switch is turned to the starting postion the motor should turn over if it dont then the starter is either not installed properly or the starter drive is sticking or bad if the starter is not engaging with the flywheel there could be a good chance that the teeth on the flywheel are broke off. i would pull the starter back off and use a mirror to check the teeth on the flywheel.
Posted on Dec 13, 2010
Well, the easiest solution is to pull the starter and bench test it. Likely areas for your issue is the starter drive, and flywheel teeth. You need to inspect the teeth of the flywheel.
one quick test would be to manually turn the engine to another location and fresh teeth on the flywheel, and try starting again. Engines tend to stop at some spots, and that can cause unusual wear on teeth in one small location.
Sometimes rebuilt starter do not get all new parts, but only what is failing, so it is possible to get a malfunctioning starter drive. Starter drive failure usually turns the engine over briefly, then the starter disengauges....
Posted on Feb 05, 2011
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