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Starter spins but wont crank motor put two different starters and does same

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Remove the starter and inspect the teeth on the flywheel if the teeth are worn the transmission will req removing and a new flywheel fitting try putting the vehicle in gear and rocking it this will turn the engine and change the position of the flywheel then try to start

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I assume you are referring to spinning sound, which is starter motor, and not knowing what model vehicle you are talking about, all I can do is give general idea what is wrong. 99% of the time it is your bendix drive on starter motor which is a solenoid activated gear which engages your starter motor with fly wheel gear. It is a pretty easy fix depending on car, sometimes it is the connection on starter, so check connection for corrosion, try tugging on it. Good luck.
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does it crank or not. be clear there.

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Solenoids do not spin, the stroke only , it a linear motion.

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When you say it spins over is the starter motor making noise but the motor does not turn? Cranking and spin over are the same terms of words. Cheers

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I would start by having an assistant stick their head in the engine compartment while you try to start it. If you hear a click coming from the starter motor, which is at the rear of the engine, then it is getting power to engage the solenoid but the motor is not spinning. In this case you have a bad starter motor. If you hear nothing, you may have an electrical problem where no power is getting to the starter motor, or you have a bad solenoid.

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