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I havea problem with my starter whinning when i turn my 1994 f150 on. i replaced the starter bc it was burned out and the solenoid and its still doing it, any ideas?

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  • kristinphill Oct 04, 2009

    im not sure if its the flywheel tho because the starter drained the battery, then i went to get the starter checked and it was burned out.

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SOME TIME WHEN YOU BUY A NEW STARTER.YOU HAVE TO SHIM IT. TO GET DRIVE PINION GEAR AND FLY WHEEL GEAR MESH CORRECTLY.I REMEMBER WHEN I BOUGHT A NEW STARTER.MY OLD STARTER WAS A LITTLE BIGGER THAN THE NEW STARTER.IN ORDER FOR THE NEW STARTER WHICH WAS SMALLER IN SIZE.I HAD TO SHIM IT.IT WAS WHINING ALSO UNTIL I SHIMMED IT.

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The flywheel will need to be replaced because it is bent or missing teeth. Also use the correct shims when you bolt the starter up

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