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What kind of oil and where should I oil it with? The teeth are starting to stick

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I prefer to use honing oil, but clean the build up off and lube with most any oil, wd-40 may help in cleaning but is not a lube.

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I have a dodge caravan 2005 with 127000 miles and i want to use synthrtic oil is this good for the car or not and what kind of oil filter i need for this , or what kind of oil do you recomend for this

Use what the manufacturer recommends. Look in the manual. Most oil caps say what to use. I believe yours is SAE 5W20. Stick with it. Non synthectic.

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Not starting

If I understand your statement correctly, noise but the engine will not "turn over." This sounds like the starter motor is running but the gear that engages the flywheel gear-teeth is not making contact at all or is moving into too-slight contact, just enough to make a lot of noise. In U.S. cars the device on the stater motor that moves the starter gear forward is called a "Bendix." As the starter motor starts to turn, the Bendix shoves a small gear forward, engaging teeth on the flywheel which spins the flywheel to start the engine. If the Bendix is sticking or has failed the gear will not move forward at all or not far enough.

Sarting with the least cost first, I'd look toward a "sticky" bendix. Try using a light penetrating oil or perhaps, WD-40 to free-up the Bendix.

Apr 06, 2014 | 2001 Jaguar XJ8

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Car has to be cranked more then once,than a scraping noise and then car starts.i'm scared whats the problem

the gear on the flywheel has worn. the engine stops in one of four spots in the rotation 'cause the cylinder pressure is building. That means the starter has not got the whole flywheel, but only a few teeth in four spots that is starts on every single time. these teeth wear out, then the starter motor cog cant turn the flywheel and you get the screech like you tried to change a stick shift without the clutch!
if you do have a stick shift, then you can park on a slight hill, and roll just a bit with the clutch half out, which will rotate the engine and give the starter motor fresh teeth to work on.
in short, yes, you need a mechanic.....

Oct 18, 2013 | 2001 Buick Century

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Why is my newly installed starter sticking and smoking?

Some starter motors that continually miss engagement mash the ring gear teeth to the point that the pinion cannot disengage when the engine starts. This means that the starter becomes in effect a generator with uncomtrolled output. hence it overheats and burns. Have you checked that the teeth on the pinion of the new motor match the teeth on the ring gear. Ie are the teeth on one too course for the other

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I've had some success with a jig saw blade if the metal stick came out leaving the plastic behind. I put the blade in the slot with the teeth backwards and use vise grips to clamp onto it.

Mar 15, 2011 | 2005 Chrysler Town & Country

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The van wont start. Changed coil, changed distributor cap, got new battery, put gas in carburetor but still wont fire up!?! Please help!!

We had this same problem with the 1992 Dodge Ram D250 pickup truck we own. We wasted a lot of money until my Uncle's mechanic (he owns a small auto shop) fixed the problem. There was some kind of oil pump shaft that needed replaced. Sorry I am not very smart with vehicles, but I do remember that it has something to do with the distributor and oil pump working together. The teeth on this particular part were chewed up so the distributor was not firing correctly. The part was replaced and the truck has started and ran just fine ever since. I wish I could remember what the part is called!!! But I just know it was a part that looked like a pipe kind of; it was straight and had some teeth like things at one end...

Dec 14, 2010 | 1992 Dodge Ram 250

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Hi i was driving around in my car after replaceing a head gasket and putting a secondhand head on the car now i pulled out the motor and gearbox out of the car and worked on it dureing that time the...

sounds like the gear box the teeth are chewed up from lack of lubrication have to take it off and check the teeth and fill it back up with oil make sure none the gears are missing teeth sounds like lost some teeth

Sep 13, 2010 | Ford Fairmont Cars & Trucks

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Intemitant starting problem , ratling the gear stick now an again an it starts the other times i have to bump start it

If the starter spins and doesn't catch on the flywheel there may be some damaged teeth on the flywheel. That's why playing with the shifter may be moving the flywheel just enough that the teeth can engage. Remove the starter and inspect the flywheel teeth and the starter gear. Have the starter tested at an auto parts store. I hope this helps.

Aug 14, 2009 | Renault 18I Cars & Trucks

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Konica 2300w jams paper on the fuser unit.

the lubrication for the fuser roller comes from the KM toner. There is usually a cleaning roller in the fuser as well that distributes some oil. Another thing that could cause the problem is non-recommended paper like heat transfer paper, inkjet photo paper or very thick paper. Make sure the fuser sperator teeth are still in place. Lift the two green levers and pull the black cover back. You should see three light brown teeth hovering above the fuser roller. There are some black ones on the guide as well. These are supposed to detatch the paper from the roller incase it sticks.

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