Could be,Battery failure, Loose or corroded battery connections, Starter relay failure, Starter failure, Starter solenoid failure, Neutral safety switch broken or out of adjustment,
Could be -battery dead -ignition switch broken -safety switches not working -solenoid switch not working -brushes bad in starter -gear warn out on starter -starter motor dirty -starter no good -belts to tight on deck any of the above.
If the starter isn't working, the car will not crank at all. When you turn the key you will either get a clicking sound (which could also mean a dead battery), or you will hear the sound of an electric motor spinning and nothing else.
Could be the battery is drained or bad. Could be battery connections at battery and or starter are dirty and or loose. Could be starter solenoid is bad. Could be starter is bad.
That is not anywhere near enough information to make a determination about the status of the starter. Could be the starter, but could be the starter solenoid, wiring problems or even the ignition switch.
I've had a sticky starter solenoid do this to me. I just hit it with a hammer and it's been working since. But you could replace it too.
If you have already replaced the battery, then you have a few other things to look at.It could be the starter itselfit could be the starter solenoid which might be integrated with the starter or mounted somewhere in the engine compartment. You can find it by tracing the thick positive wire (red - about the size of a finger) to where it goes. If it goes directly to the starter then the solenoid is integrated and more difficult to testIt could be the positive wire itself and is not making a good connection to the battery or starter/starter solenoidIt could also be the ground wire (Black - about the size of a finger). If this wire is not making a good connection from the battery to the engine block, it will keep the starter from workingI would start with the wires, making sure you have a good connection and then work your way to the starter. The clicking is usually a result of the starter not getting enough current to crank the engine.
Could possibly a solenoid on the starter going bad. Could possibly a solenoid on the starter going bad. Could possibly a solenoid on the starter going bad.
Could be the starter relay
Bad starter, bad starter solenoid, or the problem might not be the starter at all.
could be a starter relay switch check it. it may be mounted on he fire wall or finder well
FIRST CHECK THE BATTERY IF GOOD]> THEN STARTER MOST LIKELY IS BAD ?
Can be a dead battery, defective starter, loose or corroded battery connection, or blown main fuse. If nothing comes on when you turn on the ignition switch and your interior lights are not working it is not the starter.
Starter Drag is when the teeth on the starter that spin the flywheel drag. It could break teeth off of starter possibly have to replace/ rebuild starter.
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one of a few things your starter could be bad bad starter relay bad starter selenoid bad ignition switch
Chances are the starter solenoid has developed a bad spot. If you are handy you could try to replace just the solenoid otherwise it may be time for the starter/solenoid combo.I assume you have checked your battery cables.
Could possibly be the starter-it may not be working properly. The best way I think to test a starter is to hotwire it from a battery and jump stop start it by grounding it out with a screwdriver.
I can give you COULD BE answers without actually seeing the engine. COULD BE a bad starter. COULD BE a bad selenoind. COULD BE a bad starter drive. COULD BE a couple of teeth missing off the flywheel, not allowing the starter to engage.
The starter could be bad. Or the battery. The starter could be bad. Or the battery.
The battery could be (almost) dead, or a battery cable could be lose. I would start by verying these. Also could be: Seized engine Bad starter Bad starter solenoid
it could me bad fuel ..or fuel pump
Maybe try the starter or the clyinide. Hope I could help.
It could be that you starter motor is going to give you trouble. This used to happen on Ford Transit Vans
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