battery need to be at lease 14 volts to be able to start
Hey Hatim==Take it to Aauto Zone and have it checked out GoodluckJoe Take it to Auto Zone and have it checked out.
I checked with Help on my computer ..."Windows 7 starter comes with one backround which can't be changed or customized"...
sometimes, but contact your local auto parts store to see if it is even sold seperately
yes check the wiring in the starter u have bad wire that's not connected or its burn with the heat
tighten the nut from the starter to the solenoid
no this is not a computer problem.it is either a starter motor problem or the ring gear on flywheel is worn
The starter may not have been properly installed, or it may be as simply as one of the power cables to the starter having come loose, and preventing a circuit from being made.
If it is a v6 motor left side of trans on starter if it clicks when trying to start sometimes you can peck on starter motor to get started but will stop working again will need replaced
Check your fuel filter, this may be dirty.
you need to have the starter solenoid checked. also check thew ignition switch
How do you know if the starter needs to be replaced on a 1993 Nissan Altima?
hi its most likely to be the starter sticking, so get that checked first. There may be damage to the teeth on the starter or just that its worn. ............Sime
I have just came up on this same problem with my 2000 Kia. Turns out it was the Ignition switch. $160.00 to have it replaced.
Have you checked to be certain that the wires are still firmly connected?
Indirectly, the starter relay is computer controled.
Assuming it started before the starter was replaced, the starter and/or starter wiring are not installed correctly.
there is no starter relay have your car alarm checked it has a starter disconnect that goes bad
The starter is probably not aligned with the flywheel. The clearance between the starter and the ring gear needs to be checked.
is the battery fully charged?
if you took the wires off at the battery to change the starter, make sure you put them all back on
There could be an issue with your starter or the starter solenoid. Have it checked, but either part might need to be replaced.
Seized engine? Loose or corroded battery cables? Weak or dead battery? Bad starter solenoid? Bad starter? Bad clutch or neutral safety switch? Bad ignition switch?
The starter solenoid near the battery should be checked.
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