Question about Cars & Trucks
It's very obvious you know nothing about the modern automobile and the electronics contained inside , do yourself a favor and take it to a qualified repair shop . Don't take this to hard , some people just are not meant to work on cars . If there were they would check out automotive electrical training , and how to read wiring diagrams . Plus they wouldn't be so cheap and buy a repair manual with wiring diagrams and test the electrical circuits . How to voltage drop test starter motor circuit Testing and not guessing is the proper way to do automotive repairs .
Posted on Dec 26, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sounds like your starter could be heating up on you, check to see if any exhuast pipe runs close to the starter, and see if the starter has a shield protecting it from heat.
Posted on Feb 14, 2011
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