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Starter problem I have noticed

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Dear sir,y self start not working sum time,,IT IS NEW BATTERY PUT IN HERO SERVICER CENTER

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Most of the times recently the auto start does not work . I contaced the service man he is now recharging the battery . Did the wrong usage of auto start ( pressing the button and accelerating at the same time ) cause the problem only later I knew the pressing of button only suffices the start ,Generally speaking, revving the engine at start-up isn't good for the motor. It's best to let it warm up a bit before cracking the throttle. It sounds as though the battery was just weak. The only thing that will result from pressing the starter button and twisting the throttle at the same time is additional wear on your engine (and maybe the starter motor too).,,,

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I have a 2001 pontiac montana and am trying to figure out how to change the starter.

STARTER REPLACEMENT (ENGINE ELECTRICAL) Document ID# 688149 Starter Replacement

Removal Procedure

Important: This vehicle uses the PG260 F1 starter motor. The starter motor is serviced only as a complete unit.
  1. Disconnect the battery ground (negative) cable from the battery. Refer to Battery Negative Cable Disconnection and Connection.
  2. Raise and suitably support the vehicle. Refer to Lifting and Jacking the Vehicle in General Information.

  3. Remove the starter motor BAT terminal nut and electrical leads.
  4. Remove the starter motor S terminal nut and electrical lead.
  5. Remove the torque converter cover. Refer to Torque Converter Cover Replacement in Automatic Transaxle - 4T65-E.

  6. Remove the starter motor bolts.
  7. Remove the starter motor.

Installation Procedure

  1. Install the starter motor.
  2. Notice: Refer to Fastener Notice in Cautions and Notices.
  3. Install the starter motor bolts.Tighten:
    Tighten the starter motor bolts to 47 [n-m] (35 lb ft).
  4. Install the torque converter cover. Refer to Torque Converter Cover Replacement in Automatic Transaxle - 4T65-E.

  5. Install the starter motor S terminal electrical lead and nut. Tighten:
    Tighten the starter motor solenoid S terminal nut to 3 [n-m] (27 lb in).
  6. Install the starter motor BAT terminal electrical leads and nut. Tighten:
    Tighten the starter motor solenoid BAT terminal nut to 10 [n-m] (89 lb in).
  7. Lower the vehicle.
  8. Install the battery ground (negative) cable to the battery. Refer to Battery Negative Cable Disconnection and Connection.

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Remove the negative battery post. Remove the wires from the starter after noticing where they go. Remove starter. Replace everything in reverse sequence that you removed it.

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Check power to starter motor solenoid, solenoid operation and starter motor voltage during cranking. If the starter motor is receiving power from the solenoid, but isn't cranking, then replace the starter motor.

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I've noticed the starter drive gear does not stay engaged On the E-Drive starter with the flywheel if the engine does not start as in the older Prestolite style starters. Why?

Becausethe starter drive gear disengages after each starting attempt, the engine ismuch easier to hand prop should the battery be too low to provide normalstarting voltage. Though we do not recommend had-propping an engine, it doesoccasionally still happen in the field.

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My 2000 Mitsubishi Eclipse V6 engine, failed to start. It had no noticeable problems leading up to the complete break down. I did notice smoke coming up from the hood when i was stopped at a stoplight a...

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maybe that could be check for that fuse if it is busted.if your starter will crank and still the engine will not start then check if there is current coming from your high tension wire of your distributor assembly.if there is no current check for the connection or fuses.

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Yep....unless you are a mechanic you need to take it to a repair shop (does not sound like you are). The click click is indicative of a starter problem....if a wire burned (and it was any one of those to the starter the starter would probably not have worked at all...sure the blackness was not grease oil and roaddust mixed together.

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