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Starter will engage on its own after motor has 96 suburban

Starter will engage on its own after motor has started

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Sounds like a bad solenoid. this is located on the starter. It can be purchased seperately but is a pain to install. Cheaper than a whole starter though.

Posted on Sep 30, 2009

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SOURCE: bmw 5 series 96 starter misses engagment

MISSES HOW EXACTLY?
IF IT CLICKS THEN ITS LACK OF POWER FROM THE BATTERY OR IF IT SPINS OUT FREELY THEN ITS THE STARTER MOTOR

Posted on Mar 15, 2009

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