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I drive a 93 model 1.6 conquest rsi. When I drive on a hot day or drive for long periods and when I stop and switch it off when i would try to start again there would be a clack sound and I would have to start with a push start. What causes this?

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Your starter motor is heated or the contact inside the starter rely the postive side is worn replace with the new contacts will be 100% ok.

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