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.
the brushes, just replace the the whole starter and be done with it mr. cheap guy and it good for another 10 yrs a whole 30 bucks big deal
when it wont cranck over
I need to replace the starter in a 2003 Tundra, but where is it the starter? I need to replace the starter in a 2003 Tundra, but where is it the starter?
it isn't logical to remove the starter, dissasemble it, and attempt to fix it. if you are going to do that much work....REPLACE IT. "isn't logicial" what are you nuts!! it takes two little(but long) bolts to take a starter apart and a whole 20 minuets to replace the brushes. why the hell would you pay 100-200 for a "referbished" starter; or god help you 250+ for a brand new one when the brushes cost 10-30$. just make sure it is the brushes and not the drive gear(look for pits in the copper lines) those things tend to get expensive, usually as much as a referbished unit. ~isn't logicial LOL i bet that guy works for the government~ The best place to buy starter/alternator rebuild kit(or individual pieces) are repair shops/electrical stores that deal only with starters and/or alternators **My starter for my gmc 2500 was only $30 at Auto zone....all shiny
the reason for brushes is to makethe motor revolve. The more brushes probably make a more powerful starter motor
how to replace a starter
The bushings and/or the brushes are worn on it.
Your starter solenoid is sticking. Replace the starter solenoid and you should be good to go.