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Need year, model for better answer. You mean a cog missing on bendix of starter. If so, replace the bendix or whole starter.

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Where is the starter relay for 1998 oldsmoblie


Most starter relays are part of the starter motor assembly.
Also known as the solenoid.
(This way it serves 3 purposes.
1. The Relay section uses solid copper Contacts for Less volt drop at the high current that a starter motor draws.
2. The Solenoid section is the Mechanical Plunger that engages the cog to flywheel.
3. The Motor spins because the copper contacts are a super connection supplying 100+ Amps)

Does the battery go direct to the Starter Mptor?
Is there a small wire next to where the Battery connects?
If so then this is the relay activation wire (12v to pull relay in)

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Oldsmoblie intrigue where is the starter relay at


Most starter relays are part of the starter motor assembly.
Also known as the solenoid.
(This way it serves 3 purposes.
1. The Relay section uses solid copper Contacts for Less volt drop at the high current that a starter motor draws.
2. The Solenoid section is the Mechanical Plunger that engages the cog to flywheel.
3. The Motor spins because the copper contacts are a super connection supplying 100+ Amps)

Does the battery go direct to the Starter Mptor?
Is there a small wire next to where the Battery connects?
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Happy Starting

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Sounds as if the starter spring on the throw out cog has slipped off to get to this you will have to remove the engine from the bike after this yon will have to take the kick starter off and remove the engine side cover you will know if this is the problem straight away as the spring will not give resistance to the side cover as it is removed at this time you will be able to check the starter cog for damage as well once side cover is removed and the starter cog is found to be good re set starter spring into the hole in the starter cog once this is completed re instale all the parts hope this has helped you good luck

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Most starter motors are only held in by 2 bolts. Where the starter mates to the engine there is a gear cog coming from the starter motor which mates up to another large gear cog which in turn rotates the engine when starting. (you can't see this cog arrangement until the starter is removed).

See here:
http://www.samarins.com/glossary/starter.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Starter_motor
http://www.aa1car.com/library/1999/cm119948.htm

It might be that the starter is stuck a little bit either in the gear mating or the surface between the starter motor and the engine.. A light tap on the starter with a small harmer or mallet might help shift it. Don't bash the life out the starter motor and try not to hit the starter solenoid which will be the smaller cylindrical bit on the side of the starter motor. NOTE: Don't forget to disconnect your positive battery terminal and on the starter motor also remove the 12 volt cable ( a big thick one held on by a nut) and the smaller cable which comes from your starter relay, before trying to remove the starter motor.
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Car starts but sometimes makes a whirling noise. I was told it was the starter


sounds like the starter is not disengaging the fly wheel quickly like it should when you turn the key the starter cog connects upto a fly wheel that has teeth all around it when the teeth of starter cog connect between teen on wheel it spins it to crank your car then goes back to starter if you hold your key on after starting the noise you hear is the starter cog(teeth ) still engaged in wheel if this is the sound it needs to be serviced not neccassarily replaced

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I can feel the starter motor clicking. So I took it off and pressed the ignition button and the starter motor was spinning as it should. I took off the left crank case cover removed the cog cover removed the cog and rod pressed the ignition button and the starter motor spun as it should. I attached the cog and rod, the starter motor struggled to spin. Is the starter motor working? Why does it spin with the cog and rod removed? Why wont it spin with the cog and rod in place?,You have stumbled on it - if you are describing the stud that protrudes out towards the front wheel where you attached the thick red wire with eyelet on it, then no - it should not rotate freely. Chances are when nut tightened previously it has been turning whole stud (which you mustn't) and so it has(possibly) twisted internal connection to the point of almost breaking. Is there a lock nut on the stud before you attach the starter lead? cos If you are lucky (and no twisting damage has been done yet) you could either replace missing (first) locknut and plain washer and carefully tighten down - mustn't overdo this and watch to make sure stud doesn't turn, or just tighten (presumably) loose locknut thats already there. then you can put starter lead on and then second locknut with plain washer and again, tighten down making sure stud does not rotate. Sorry to say, but tend to think it's the earlier option though.,,,

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Starter problem


I can feel the starter motor clicking. So I took it off and pressed the ignition button and the starter motor was spinning as it should. I took off the left crank case cover removed the cog cover removed the cog and rod pressed the ignition button and the starter motor spun as it should. I attached the cog and rod, the starter motor struggled to spin. Is the starter motor working? Why does it spin with the cog and rod removed? Why wont it spin with the cog and rod in place?,You have stumbled on it - if you are describing the stud that protrudes out towards the front wheel where you attached the thick red wire with eyelet on it, then no - it should not rotate freely. Chances are when nut tightened previously it has been turning whole stud (which you mustn't) and so it has(possibly) twisted internal connection to the point of almost breaking. Is there a lock nut on the stud before you attach the starter lead? cos If you are lucky (and no twisting damage has been done yet) you could either replace missing (first) locknut and plain washer and carefully tighten down - mustn't overdo this and watch to make sure stud doesn't turn, or just tighten (presumably) loose locknut thats already there. then you can put starter lead on and then second locknut with plain washer and again, tighten down making sure stud does not rotate. Sorry to say, but tend to think it's the earlier option though.,,,

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