Question about Nissan Pickup
You can't just replace the brushes in the starter, It's binding up, what about the bushings, what about the armature, what about the bendix, did you check that stuff, your putting new parts in a old starter that is worn out, it's a lot easier to buy a complete unit with a warranty, save yourself the headach, fork out the money for a good starter, not Autozone, checkers, ect. unless you want to change the starter more than once.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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