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1992 Ignition problem

I replaced a fuel pump, fuel filter within the last week. The pressure is where it should be on the injector rail. But I am experiencing a hard grinding while it is trying to start. Any suggestions. PS. I also checked the fuel regulator and that is okay. HELP !

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Out aligned starter this requires some shims this is where you would get grinding noise from

or just bad starter replace accordingly

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