Manual cars can be started with a bad starter due to the ability to roll start the car. Automatic transmission cars are not so lucky.
To roll start a manual car all you need to do is put the car in gear with the key in the "on" position, push in the clutch, get the car to roll, then quickly release the clutch. The transmission will slam into the engine and force it to turn. Don't forget to push the clutch back in once it starts or the car will stall.
No. A bad starter would cause the car not to start.
Yes, it is possible to jump start a car with a bad starter, but not for very long. The car will eventually die again. It is best to take it to an accredited mechanic and have a professional fix the starter on your car.
Bad starter-we can only speculate
Your car will not start.
Start with no starter??That car isn't going anywhere unless you change the starter or tow it.
No, once the car is started the starter is no longer required, it then disengages.
A car failing to start is an indicator that a starter is going bad. A bad starter can also cause a screeching sound when the key is turned.
Bad starter, bad flywheel/ring gear, bad starter/flywheel alignment.
If your starter is dead, you won't be going anywhere until it gets fixed,automatic or not.
No bad breaks can not affect the starter or the motor. Nate.
Weak battery, bad connection Bad starter