At the back end of the engine is a large ring gear connected to the engine crankshaft. If there is a starter (some engines do not have starters) it will be mounted in the engine such that the bendix gear of the starter can engage the ring gear and spin the crankshaft. It's called a bendix because it jumps out to engage the ring gear (while the starter motor is running) and retracts off of the ring gear once the engine is running (starter motor no longer running). It is typically access from under the car. If you must replace it, let the engine cool off first. Otherwise the starter will be just as hot as the engine is.
where is the starter located on the car?
Probably not the starter.
It all depends on what car you have and what salt of starter motor you have in your car.
When opened by the starter switch, it sends electricity from the battery to the starter motor to start the car.
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how do you start the car by touching the starter
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where is a starter motor located on a Audi a car n reg
If your starter is dead you can start it with a set of jumper cables. You have to hook them up to car that is running and it needs a starter, so at the end of the day you used a starter even if it wasn't on your car. Yes, you can start a car without a starter. The easiest way to by push starting it if it's a manual transmission.
no i do not
Aplly battery voltage to it, it should jump, engage.