Question about 1999 Dodge Dakota
I took starter off and put back on 4 times just exactly as it was. I plugged up the wire and attached the battery wire but the bendix just doesn't dis-engage after engine starts. It has no shims either although I did put a couple on to test that theory to no avail. I did put a new starter on as well to test. While engine is running, Starter still makes the ticking/clicking of bendix hitting flywheel.
Gary look like the wrong bendix on it year and model would help
Posted on Apr 04, 2015
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