Question about Chevrolet 2500
Hi, the starter-drive (Bendix) isn't spinning all the way into the flywheel (standard transmission) or (flex-plate) automatic transmission.
First, charge the battery using an automatic self leveling battery charger @ 2 amps till the green light comes on. Battery voltage should be taken with a volt meter while someone tries to start the car. If the volt meter drops back to zero the battery is shot.
If you still hear the zing sound buy a re-manufactured starter unless someone is clever enough to easily pull the end of the starter apart, remove the snap ring and starter drive.
Keep in mind, box store electrical parts are junk! NAPA, Carquest and AC-Delco dealers sell starters with lifetime warranties
Posted on May 24, 2011
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