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WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO MOVE TO GET TO THE STARTER

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Remove the whole air box and induction hoses it's not as bad as it looks takes about 30 or 45 minuites

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2006 pt cruiser. It ran, stood for around 2month and won't crank up. I hear the fuel pump, the starter will not move, I replaced the starter and still no crank or move on the starter.


Can you hear a relay clicking when you turn the key over to "Start"? if not then a faulty relay could be the reason the starter motor is not cranking over. Is the starter solenoid "clicking in" but the engine not turning over? if so , can you turn the engine over by hand?

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The starter in my 2001 Beetle wouldn't engage whentrying to start. REPLACED THE STARTER AND STILL DOES THE SAME THING, ANY CLUES?


When you replaced starter did you notice the condition of the
flywheel ring gear? My guess is the ring gear is very badly worn or somehow the positioning of the starter is such that it is off enough
that it runs into the ring inside the gear. Did you hit something in the road before this symptom started? Any chance someone tried to jack up the car and used the starter as a lifting point?
Accident? Are you sure it's your original engine? Ie they used to be very easy to change. Any other thing that would bend the mounting point on the engine? If manual transmission, try to move the engine a little by moving the car with clutch engaged.
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Starter motor or fly wheel problem


The starter is not engaging with the flywheel, sounds like teeth missing on starter ring gear, when you move the car in gear, you are turning the engine, so repositioning the ring gear and then it starts. The starter needs to come off and inspect the gear on the pinion and you should be able to see the ring gear through the starter mounting hole, (you will have to turn engine to see all of it). If it is a worn ring gear, it's gearbox out and a new flywheel. Good Luck.

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Wont start acts like a dead battery wont even click when trying to start, had the battery checeked and charged still wont start 2001 town and coutry


Could be the starter. Check the cable from the battery to the starter. If that's o.k., on a level surface (so it won't roll very far) Pull the gear lever down in drive and try to move it forward a little. If the starter is bad the armator or the bendix may move enough to engage. Try tapping the starter lightly with a hammer. Some towns have shops that will repair a starter cheaper than you can buy a rebuilt one. Check the price first though.

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Removed starter bolts but cant get it to drop didnt know if need to take loose motor mounts to raise engine for clearance


Some times you need to move the steering in one direction or the other to get room to move the starter. Look on the New starter for a Rearward bolt coming from the Trans side. Sometimes you have 3 starter bolts.

You don't need to lift the engine.

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1999 Dodge durango 5.9 starter clicks but wont turn over replaced starter/battery good as well as the starter relays


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Starter for kia sportage 2000


  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the precautions at the beginning of this section.
  2. Drain the engine oil.
  3. Remove or disconnect the following:

    Negative battery cable Intake manifold bracket upper bolts Clutch release cylinder and move it aside, if equipped Intake manifold bracket lower bolts and remove the bracket Starter from the clutch, manual transmissions only Starter from the torque converter, automatic transmissions only Starter electrical connectors Move the transmission wire harness aside Starter


    0900c152801b0603.jpg enlarge_icon.gifenlarge_tooltip.gif Fig. Exploded view of the starter

To install:
  1. Install or connect the following:

    Starter to the engine well Starter electrical connectors Lower intake manifold bracket and install the upper bolts Starter into position. When aligned properly torque the bolts to 40 ft. lbs. (54 Nm). Torque the intake manifold bracket bolts to 40 ft. lbs. (54 Nm). Properly position the clutch release cylinder, if equipped. Torque the bolts to 40 ft. lbs. (54 Nm). Torque the intake manifold bracket upper bolts to 40 ft. lbs. (54 Nm). Negative battery cable

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First disconnect the battery!!!!!!!!! Sometimes it is hard changing the starter. you change it from under the vehicle. get the truck on a lift or jacked up on ramps. loosen the two bolts that hold the starter in place but don't remove them yet. you will have to remove the two wires going to the starter, the big one is from the battery and a little one that goes to the solenoid, you can get to then from going through the wheel well, be very careful taking them off. after disconnecting them take them together and move them out of the way. remove the two bolts {the ones that hold the starter in place. The starter will be loose so make sure it does not just fall out. you will have to move the starter around so it will clear the exhaust manifold move it around until you are able to get it out. remember how it came out so you can install another one. reconnect the wires and secure the bolts, then hook the battery back up. There are guys too that drop the starter first and rotate it so they can remove the wires to the starter if you have larger hands and can not get to the wire harness from the wheel well. Good luck and hope this helps

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