Question about 2003 Suzuki XL-7
Once upon a time, you would routinely rebuild starters, generators, etc.
Nowadays, I doubt you can find the parts to do so at chain auto parts stores.
You'll probably be ahead of the game to just put on another one.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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? - replace brushes and ensure brush
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? - replace/ exchange the starter motor as armature contact area and windings
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If is just worn brushes another check is hit the outside of the starter motor whilst at the same time trying to start the car. If as you hit it the starter jumps into life and does its job then this is sign of worn brushes. There is no harm in taking the motor and starter solenoid out for a strip down and full inspection and possible clean up. To eliminate from the possibilities is a step forward.
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