I would think you are talking about the Rack & Penion sterring cylinder. You do not have to remove it to replace the starter.
The cylinder that I think you are talking about is mounted on the front end housing and it is a 4 wheel drive actuator. nothing will happen if you remove it and install it again, but be carefull some of them have a spacer inside. Chevy trucks of that year did not use a rack and pinion steering.AnswerIf its a standard tranny prob the clutch hydralic cylinder. Answerclutch slave cylinder
Sounds like a failed starter.
It means your master cylinder needs to be replaced or rebuilt. The seals inside the cylinder can go bad and cause this to happen.
Could be a faulty ground wire. Not very rare to happen
excess pressure would be dumped to tank via the relief valve and nothing would go nowhere hopefully. Otherwise you would bend your hydraulic cylinder rod , or sheer the shaft on your motor .
it may be the starter going out doing it . it will kill the alternator if it keeps going . I know i had it happen to my 96 olds replaced the alt still didnt start and the starter fixed it
There are two SMALL wires on the starter. They are connected wrong.
hydraulic action and corrosion
It might happen because of a faulty starter gasket. :)
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The integral system has the hydraulic boost happen inside the steering box rather than act on a cylinder on the outside of the steering box. Both systems use an externally mounted pump.
A small amount of hydraulic oil mixed with a full tank of diesel fuel, nothing.
That can happen when the starter has failed.
This can happen if there is a broken tooth on the starter. It can be a broken tooth on the fly wheel but more than likely it is the starter tooth that is broken. Or the starter sylenoid is bad in the starter.
It might happen because of a faulty starter gasket.
I had it happen to me; had to replace the slave cylinder due to a leak, and the master cylinder is also leaking slightly, so it may need to be replaced shortly. Make sure the clutch line has enough brake fluid in it (you can check levels and fill it under the hood near the driver. Hope this helps. I had it happen to me; had to replace the slave cylinder due to a leak, and the master cylinder is also leaking slightly, so it may need to be replaced shortly. Make sure the clutch line has enough brake fluid in it (you can check levels and fill it under the hood near the driver. Hope this helps.
the air would be trapped in the measuring cylinder. basically, nothing would happen
This question does not provide enough information to provide you with an adequate answer. What does/does not happen? Does it crank? Have you checked anything besides neutral switch? Do you know that the replacment neutral switch is working right? Don't assume that because something was replaced that it is now working properly. Use a meter to determine if current is getting to the starter relay. BTW, the starter relay on a Chev is on the starter. You will have to do a little investigation to find out what's wrong.
nothing, the starter will not engage, and the voltage bypass to the coil will not be energized.
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I tried that and it is difficult to turn the key and bang the starter too. This shouldn't be. I don't know if the soleniod relay is inside or on the starter or firewall - but your banging either makes it connect or makes the starter brushes connect to the armature. Next time this happens and before banging on it - check the battery voltage supply to the starter and the battery supply to the solonid or starter relay post while your Buddy tries to crank it. It mostly Sound like it is a bad replacement starter. It happens sometimes.
nothing would happen
check ur starter the internal metal brushed might be swelling up and stoping it from starting i had that happen on my old ford when oil driped in to the starter and when i would stop after the car was warm it would cut off and wouldn't start until the starter cooled when i replaced it, it never happened again.
I've had this happen on a number of vehicles over the years and its always been the Solenoid on the starter. They go bad and won't engage the actual starter like their suppose to. The Solenoid is the smaller cylinder shaped part on the outside of the starter with the wires going to it. If you need to start the car temperarily you use a hammer or a long bar and hammer to reach and hit the Solenoid casing while someone else turns the key on the vehicle. You can hit it pretty hard if you have to. Usually works.
i accidently put two gallons of antifreeze in a cat grader hydraulic tank and ran it for 5 hous before i realizing what i did question is what will happen
You have to have a good starter. Example: I believe, If I do this .... then this will happen.