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Starter problems I have 85 bronco II Ihave replaced the fly wheel new one, not remanufactured and a brand new starter, when I crank it over the starter grinds very bad, sometimes turns over the motor and sometimes it does not. But you always hear a bad grinding sound. any ideas.

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  • Andrew chartier Aug 30, 2013

    having same problem with my 85 bronco II did u ever figure out?

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    If when you go to crank your car it makes a bad sound is it your starter are your fly wheel

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Starter Bendix solenoid. Change entire starter. If planing to keep car long time buy a lifetime warranty one.

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