If The Starter Is Hanging In The Ring Gear When You Are Starting The Engine. It Would Most Likely Be A Bad Starter Drive. Sorry For Not Including ThisAnswerIf I Understand Your Question, You Are Asking Why The Starter Motor Keeps Running After You Let Off The Key. You Have A Bad Starter Solenoid. Also Your Ignition Switch Could Be Acting Up. Check The Starter Solenoid First. Good Luck
Sounds to me like you need to shim the starter. It should have come with shims when you bought it.
Yes, it has a cranking system called a starter.
The armature bushings inside the starter motor are probably shot. Time to replace the starter.
most likely a failing starter
In general starters do not have torque specifications. You will want to tighten the starter as tight as you can without breaking the starter bolts.
That all depends on if you abuse the starter by cranking too long. I have 170,000 on original starter.
more than likely u fried the starter solenoid
Voltage flow into a starter motor, never out of it. Use the voltmeter to measure the voltage at the starter motor before starting to crank and then whilst it is cranking. (Before cranking, the voltage appears across the starter motor relay only.)
It was the starter
biggest problem with ford starters burning out is caused by a bad battery and prolonged engine turning over if hard to start. if starter has been replaced, your battery may not have correct cranking amps. bare in mind that a hot engine actually takes more cranking amps than a cold engine to start.
The starter drive is shot. Replace the starter and hope the ring gear isn't damaged.
There are probably severable possible reasons, but I can only think of a few at the moment. Some of the reasons include: 1. Misalignment of the starter when installed, which allows the teeth on the starter gear to bind with the the teeth on the flywheel, thus preventing disengagement after the engine starts. 2. A defective starter solenoid, which remains [stuck] in the start/engaged postion. 3. A defective ignition/starter switch in which the circuit providing current to the starter solenoid winding coil does not "open" as it should when the key is released and thus be allowed to return to the "run" position.j3h.
sounds like you forgot to put the correct shims in when starter was installed
starter solenoid sticking
about 600 amps
Answer: Check your starter
the problem with your truck is either the battery does not have enough cranking amps, or the starter is beginning to wear out. first time i ever had this problem i put a higher cranking rated battery in and that solved the problem
Try replacing the starter. If by low cranking amp you mean the starter is not rotating or is rotating very slowly, there are two possibilities: (1) The battery is not the correct one for your vehicle - you probably need a battery with more amps output. Check at your local auto parts store for the correct battery for your vehicle. (2) The starter is either stuck or "dragging". Dragging is caused by worn bushings, allowing the starter to drag against the armature within the starter, rotating v-e-r-y slowly or not at all. You will definitely hear a grinding or dragging sound as the starter tries to rotate. If the starter does not turn at all, the starter drive may be locked up, or it may be burnt out.
battery, solenoid/starter or relay or even ignition switch
The electrical system.
If your 1990 Grand Plymouth Voyager cuts out and dies for not reason, but starts after a couple times of cranking, the starter might be going out. You can have the starter tested.
if starter is turning but not cranking engine, u need to replace starter or starter solenoid and yes i have had a starter go out just like that and when mine went out i was 90 miles from a new one had to get a buddy bring one out
Nothing at all. Increasing the cranking amps will not harm anything. The starter will only draw the amps it needs.
if you push the button and it starts then it is installed
Assuming it started before the starter was replaced, the starter and/or starter wiring are not installed correctly.