Question about Ford F-150
Check flywheel and see if the teeth are fine
Posted on Aug 31, 2013
You can't shim Ford starters. First check to make sure you're getting correct starter... Ford 6's have a couple different "noses"/inputs - some actually extend further in. So check to make sure you're getting the correct part from your source. If it is correct part, you're going to have to replace flywheel. Also before putting in starter, check the flywheel for "burrs" - tiny metal particles left behind from old starter on flywheel. Almost like metal shavings between teeth of flywheel.
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