Its not worth replacing the starter motor brushes on any car. By the time the brushes are worn, there is probably other wear and tear to the bearings, the commutator, and the windings. Better to just replace the starter. Same deal with the brushes in an alternator.
Find an ammeter to find out what the starter is pulling. If the starter is pulling too much current, you probably need to replace the starter, but don't just go off replacing parts until you test them. Apparantly that plan didn't work to well for you when you replaced the battery and alternator. Always test first!
You need to replaced the starter or the alternator.
did you check your battery and alternator?
The starter solenoid on a Honda Element is integral to the starter. It cannot be replaced without replacing the starter as well.
You should check the starter and alternator.
Replacing a starter on a 1989 Toyota Corolla is not very difficult to do. The wires will need to be disconnected from the old starter and labeled or taped. The starter is held in place by two bolts, unscrew the bolts and remove the old starter. Then replace with the new starter.
remove the 2 bolts located on the top of the starter and remove.Do the same in reverse when replacing the new starter.
is your battery in good condition and fully charged? is your starter good?
If the starter is spinning but not catching, the problem lies in the starter drive (also called bendix). You will either have to replace the starter or repair it by replacing the bendix.
if you mean can a novice replace the starter, the answer is yes. any other repairs to starter just depend on what needs replacing
There is not a fusible link between the alternator and starter. There is a regulator on the alternator. The starter is directly connected to the battery, as is the alternator.
you have to remove the starter to replace the relay and the relay cost almost as much as the whole starter so you are better off just replacing the whole starter.
It is best to contact a local mechanic when replacing a starter on a vehicle. If not them find a repair manual for the vehicle and be very careful.
Replacing the starter on a 1999 Monte Carlo is fairly easy to do. The car will need to be jacked up to reach the starter. The wires will need to be disconnected from the starter before removing it. After the wires are removed, the starter can be taken down by removing the two bolts. After the starter is removed, replace it with a new one.
When your car isn't starting the car you can't hear it while turning on the ignition. You're gonna have to check the battery and alternator as well before replacing a starter.
The 07 Saturn Aura does not have an alternator fuse, and technically it is a generator not an alternator. There is a large gauge wire from the generator to the starter, this is a fuseable link. Check for 12 vdc at the large terminal of the generator, if is missing check the terminal on the starter. If the starter has 12 vdc and the generator does not, the link is bad and must be replaced. DO NOT REPLACE the link with wire, a fuseable link must be used.
While it is running disconnect the battery cable, if the engine dies your alternator is bad, the battery must be tested to see if it is bad but if it wont hold a charge then its a pretty good chance. Your local auto parts store can test them both. Starter: If starter wont engage, wont run or anything then it could be a bad starter or bad Starter Solenoid. Alternator: If your battery guage in the car isn't showing that the battery isn't getting a full charge then that is bad and will need replaced... but I wouldn't just replace em on the fly... have them tested before replacing to make sure that you just don't have a bad or corroded wire.
Replacing a starter is fairly simple. There are only two bolts that mount the starter and two wires that power it. Removal and installation can take under 45 minutes.
The starter is accessed from below the engine. See "Related Questions" below for more details on replacing starters...
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From what I understand, you have to diconnect the exhaust system on the side that the starter motor is located on. To reassemble you have to replace the exhaust gasket with a new one. If you are replacing the starter, there is a GM starter that is a direct replacement for the Isuzu starter and costs quite a bit less.
If the engine doesn't turn over at all there are a few things that are possible. Start with the battery ground cable and make sure it is making a good ground and is not broken. Also check the positive cable from the battery to make sure you have a good connection and no breaks in the wire. If these are both good you may need to replace the starter motor. There are brushes inside the starter (yes they can be replaced if you know how to take the starter apart) that will grind down to the point of not making enough contact to start your car. Since you said you had the alternator replaced I'm thinking it probably is the starter because any competent mechanic would have checked the battery cables before replacing the alternator.