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How do you know for sure the starter is going bad in a 2000 maxima? What sound(s) will it make?

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Whne it makes a grinding noise it will be an indication it's going bad but it could be the fly wheel and woul have to look at the teeth to make sure that the flywheel is ok, if could be the bendix going bad but you can take it to a auto partsstore to have it teste and they cna give yo a better ideal and not costing anything.

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HI there .... by the sounds of what you are saying, you have a bad starter. One way to find out for sure is if you can get at the starter, tap it with a hammer and then try starting or have someone try to start the car while you are tapping on the starter. if the car starts then you have a bad starter and need to replace it. Hope this helps you out

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