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Can the solenoid be changed or does the entire starter have to be changed out.

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Take he entire starter o parts store and have it checked.Usuall somthing made sylonoid go bad

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Sounds like you have this narrowed down pretty good. Times are tough and every penny counts, so I will offer some advice. Replacement starters typically come with the solenoid. You can buy them separate, but the cost is usually only $20 or $30 less than the whole starter set up. Plus, many places will not accept the solenoid as a return but will accept the entire starter assembly if the starter turns out to not be the problem. Besides, the solenoid is just a bundle of wrapped copper wire and 99% of the time it is the actual starter mechanism and not an electrical problem.

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When you turn the ignition key the starter just clicks and the engine won't even turn over.


The starter motor solenoid is faulty. The only real fix is to replace it, but as it's attached as an integral part of the starter motor you have to change the entire starter motor assembly.

In the meantime, you may be able to get the car started if you give the solenoid a sharp tap with a hammer before starting.If access is difficult, then you may need to place a long metal rod (or a long screwdriver) against the solenoid and then tap the end of the rod. This trick usually works, but only if the solenoid isn't too far gone.

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Starter solinoid replacement enstruction


SOLENOID REPLACEMENT
(see Figures 5, 6 and 7)

Prior to removing the solenoid from the starter motor unit, matchmark the solenoid-to-starter motor housing position, as shown in the accompanying illustration.
  1. Remove the starter motor from the vehicle.
  2. Detach the solenoid-to-starter motor wire from the solenoid terminal.

Do not disassemble the solenoid; if the solenoid is defective, replace the entire unit with a new one.
  1. Remove the two attaching screws, then slide the solenoid out of the starter motor housing flange.
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Fig. 5: Before removing the starter motor solenoid, matchmark the solenoid-to-starter motor housing relationship

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Fig. 6: Disconnect the field coil lead from the solenoid by loosening the retaining nut ...

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Fig. 7: ... then remove the two attaching screws and separate the solenoid from the motor housing


To install:
  1. Inspect the solenoid plunger joint for wear or other damage. Replace it, if damage is evident.
  2. Apply Suzuki Super Grease A (99000-25010) or equivalent, to the solenoid plunger and to the tip of the lever arm (inside the starter motor-to-solenoid housing hole).
  3. Insert the solenoid into the starter motor housing, ensuring that the matchmarks made during removal are aligned.
  4. Install and tighten the two attaching screws securely.
  5. Attach the starter motor-to-solenoid wire to the solenoid terminal.
  6. While the starter motor is removed form the vehicle, perform the testing procedure to ensure that the new solenoid functions properly.
  7. Install the starter motor.

Hope this help (remember rated and comment this).

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Not difficult at all,

Two bolts for the starter
Two nuts for the starter wires
Two screws for the solenoid

The actual process is a bit more complicated, but only marginally. I was trying to give you the complexity level you requested

Best regards
Mike

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