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My starter is turning but not cranking what should I do?

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I am guessing that your starter is turning the eng over. If so, turn the key to the ACC position and listen for your fuel pump to turn on momentarily. If it doesn't, new fuel pump.
If it isn't turning over, replace the starter and make sure if you put it in it is shimmed correctly. This is done for a correct fit to your fly wheel.

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