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What makes a new starter make a sreeching noise when being started?

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2005-11-15 00:25:22
2005-11-15 00:25:22

Probably a missing spacer between starter and engine block,may have fallen out during change over

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Dirty or loose connections or a bad starter.

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He discected a pig to show how the brain sends messages to the rest of the body. He also showed how a pig makes that sreeching noise, by cutting a tube or something that made the screeching go away, prooving that it was that which made the pigs make that noise. Hope this helps?

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on a hot start the starter just about turns over and makes a loud clanking sound

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is the starter staying engaged? It will make that sound once, and then when you try to start it again it starts just fine.

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my first thought would be to check the starter . if you can tap on the starter and it starts after that..you have a bad starter .


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