Question about 1996 Chevrolet Impala SS
This is a very common problem with STARTER SOLENOID CONTACTS. Year after years they corrode and starts burning up. These are located at solenoid compartment attached on the starter. Soon or later this problem will worsen up to the point that your car won't start.
You have two option:
Replace the Starter Solenoid Contacts.
You can buy a kit from here:
In this case is one more thing that you cannot replace. This is the copper ring at the solenoid plunger.
We just sand it up with sand paper over a hard and flat surface.
In some cars replacing the starter with a rebuilt one is a good solution.
In two options you have to remove and install the STARTER anyway. Hope this will help.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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