that means the starter needs repair or replacement .usually is just the solenoid on the starter
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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.
A bad flywheel can definitely cause the engine not to turn over. The flywheel has teeth. If the teeth are chipped or broken, then the starter can not engage to spin the engine over.
Need more info like, does the starter engage? Does the starter turn the engine over? Does the starter turn the engine over but the engine does not run?
It depends on the car as it can be located on either side of the engines in different makes. The starter motor can be found lower on the back side of the engine where the engine and transmission meet. The starter needs to engage the flywheel which is where the transmission mounts.
There's a clutch on the starter that acts like a Bendix gear on a car. This clutch is stripped out on your bike. You'll need to pull the starter to replace it.
Aplly battery voltage to it, it should jump, engage.
This sounds like there are some teeth missing on the flywheel. If the bad spot is positioned over the starter gears, the starter will just spin but if it catches on a good part, it will turn the engine over fine. Just what the previous answer said. You have some teeth missing on your flywheel. There is probably nothing wrong with any of your starters. If you have a manual tranny, just put the car in gear and try to push it forward until you fill the flyweel engage with the starter. The car should start then. My 1986 ford aerostar had the same porblem as stated above and this was an easy solution until I had the time and money to fix it correctly.
The starter drive (aka bendix) is broken. The bendix and/or starter needs to be replaced.
May need the starter removing and cleaning, the starter may spin fine but not engage . Sounds like the starter dog is stuck and not being thrown to engage with the fly wheel, a common problem easily remedied by a quick clean and light oil of the shaft.
A flex plate is the flat piece of metal that connects the engine to the transmission's torque convert. Most have teeth around the edge for the starter to engage into when starting your car.
To engage or disengage the engine from the transmission.
no, the starter is only for starting the engine.
Certainly. Once the engine is running the starter is not needed.
the starter is on the side of engine between engine and firewall of car on driverside
Yes, by using it to short the solenoid. It's dangerous and can cause fire. You can engage the starter with a screwdriver and crank the engine over but you would still have to "hot wire" the ignition system to run the engine.
You may not have hurt anything. The starter will spin as long as the cable is sending power to it. The ignition switch needs to be turned on to make this work. Touch the jumper cable to the starter connection. The starter will spin and start the engine, assuming that there are no engine problems. This is a dangerous move, because if the car moves or it is in drive, then the car will drive over you.
Year of car? Make of Car? Engine size?
The starter turns the engine over.
The starter fires the pistons that get the engine started. If the starter does not function properly, the car can't be driven.
You can turn the engine over by the bolt on the crank. But I do think it's the solenoid on the starter that's bad. try tapping the starter with a hammer while someone is trying to start it with the key. If it starts then you know you need a starter.
If there is nothing wrong with the engine internally, then ,the starter is pulling. Have to replace it. You could always pull out the plugs and spin the engine and see how that does. The starter on the 4.6 is hard to get the 3rd bolt out. But, it does come out.
The starter on a 1989 Lincoln Town Car is located on the passenger side of the engine. You should see it positioned by the engine oil pan.
A car starter is an electric motor that is used to turn the engine over in order to get it started.
The ignition starter has nothing to do with performance. It just starts the engine.
I simply hit the starter.