Question about 1986 Chevrolet Camaro
It sounds like the solenoid in the starter is engaging but the motor is not turning. Make sure you have all of the wires back in the correct spots and that none of the wires are crossed at the solenoid. Sometimes the eyelet and the end of the wire can be touching another post on the starter causing a short. There could also be something wrong with your engine not allowing it to spin. If there is not a wiring issue, you could have been issued a faulty starter. These have a core charge because they are rebuilt, meaning the starter you have is most likely not new, just a rebuilt one that someone else returned that was broken as yours was. I hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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