Bad starter solinoid replace it and the starter!
my turning signals dont work on my 91 integra LS. They were working a day before. so the next day they werent. I also had battery problems but i had checked every single fuse and the fuses arent burn. My turning signals do not work what so ever.
The starter drive is shot. Replace the starter and hope the ring gear isn't damaged.
Do you have any click in the starter itself but still not turning over? Then its the starter giving you fits. Replace it. If no click is heard then it could be a fuse or more likely the starter relay. Check them both before moving to the starter.
Check your brakes and CV joints
The starter is located near the transmission on the drivers side of the 1992 Plymouth Voyager. The starter is responsible for turning the engine over.
The starter could be bad. Or the battery. The starter could be bad. Or the battery.
my guess would be the starter selinoid
a bad starter
The soleonoid on the starter is bad. When you buy a new starter it comes with the solenoid. Try tapping on the starter with a hammer if it starts after that then this is your problem
More than likely the starter is defective.
there are some possible problems, starter motor could be burnt out or fuel pump might not be working. turn the key to the on position (without turning over) if you can hear a small "humming" sound the fuel pump is working. i suspect the starter motor is on its way out.
This usually means a sticking solenoid that keeps the starter engaged after activation. The fix is to remove the starter and clean but my s-10 starter is a closed unit so you will have to replace the complete starter and solenoid unit.
no if it wont turn over its either the starter motor or the starter relay in the fuse box
One sound is what is called starter drag, slow turning sound, like Grrr Grrr Grrr
If the starter motor is not turning, it could be a dirty or poor battery terminal contact causing the problem. Also check the starter relay and solenoid and all connections to them. It could also be the starter motor itself. If the starter motor is turning, look at both the fuel system and the ignition system. A failure in either of them will result in the car not starting.
The starter is stuck. Replace now or it will quit at the most inopportune moment.
If you can crank the engine over by turning the key: First connect a voltmeter and an ammeter. Then disable the ignition. Note the voltage and amp draw of the starter while cranking. If voltage is too low or amperage too high (check service manual for specifications) it is bad. Otherwise, remove those meters and use an oscilloscope to look for any irregularities in the waveform. If any irregularities exist, the starter is bad. Otherwise, it is probably good. If you cannot crank the engine: Check for BatteryV- at the body of the starter, BatteryV+ at the big wire to the starter and (only while turning key to crank) BatteryV+ at the small wire to the starter. If one or more of these is not present, correct this problem before continuing testing of the starter. Now check that the starter makes some sound (at least a click) while turning key to crank If not, starter solenoid (part of starter) is bad. Otherwise, remove starter from engine but leave electrical connections in place. Turn key to crank. If it doesn't crank, starter is bad, otherwise starter cranks and proceed to testing as if you can crank the engine by turning the key as described above.
When the starter motor refuses to turn over or grinds and clicks when turning then you need a new motor or recondition the old one.
broken tooth on the fly wheel if your starter is turning over and not just spining what's wrong if the starter's just spinning?
Yes, it will. Remove the starter and have it tested at you local auto parts store. But make sure the battery is not the culprit.
Remove the Oil Filter and remove the Alt. through there. It will take some twisting and turning to get it out and In but it'll work
It depends if the starter is turning the engine over and its not starting the problem is not with the starter its with your ignition or fuel system most likely, If your start is making a whirring sound then its not making contact with the flywheel and you probably need a new starter
bad, you can break teeth of of your flywheel or your starter
Maybe some shims will help.