"hot start" issue. Could be the solenoid, or starter itself.
I have heard the alternator does it,cold drains the battery too,if it's not started for awhile can kill it.
Bad battery, corroded battery connectors, weak charging system.
it has been awhile since i have recharged the a/c on a malibu, but if i remember correctly it was located behind the engine, close to the firewall
I'd say your starter motor was on its way out, and its now time to get a new one.
Most likely the starter should be replaced. When it heats up, it will turn the engine with a lot of strain. like the battery is low. When it cools down, it will turn freely.
I don't know about a 1995 but I changed the starter on my 1994 with a 3.3 engine and it was extremely easy. It's been awhile but it seems to me that there were only 2 bolts holding it on and they were easy to get at. I just disconnected the power, took out the 2 bolts and the starter came right out. The new starter cost me about $140.00 and I haven't had any trouble since and it's probably been 3-4 years and 40,000 mile ago.
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I have the 93 V6 4x4 and the starter is just below your oil filter. I'd drain the oil and take off the oil filter first. Then the easiest way is to take of your front passenger tire and pull back the protective shield. Believe me this will save you some time and agony unless you're a contortionist or have small hands and arms. After you break the bolts loose, three of them if I remember correctly, and have taken off the starter contacts it should come right out of there. Installation is a breeze as it's just the opposite of removal. I changed mine awhile ago and am looking at changing it again here soon. My advice is to go with a quality or OEM starter. I bought an after market starter and I've been having problems with it working for awhile now.
After awhile the boy got quiet.
I've come to the conclusion that the starter gets too hot.. try getting a gel battery they have true cranking amps alot better
I own a 98 Chilkoot as well. MAR 08 I started hearing the clicking noise immediately after ignition. Normally only once a day first thing in the morning. I can seem to figure out where it is coming from. I am going to replace the starter. What have you tried? Any more news on the problem? The clicking noise is so fast that it can't be lack o' lube.Jeff, Canadaliftersoften at start up your engines lifters will click because they are dry and quiet down once the oil is circulating well this is especially true with fluid lifters since oil pressure takes up the slack in the valve train get the starter checkedit may be a sign that your starters going bad. my Pontiac grand am , didnt have any noticeable signs then one day my car wouldn't start. i thought it might have been just the battery but turned out it was the starter- go figure- anyway they told me that the starter looks like it was going bad for awhile .they said sometimes there are no signs that it just goes out, like it did on me . so i had it changed hadnt had any problems since.
If the alternator tests good then it might not be a charge problem. Does it do it after you run it awhile? If so you might consider changing the starter. My 92 had a high priced starter on it and anytime you drove more than about 5 miles the battery acted like it was dead. It ended up the starter was getting hot and not turning over right.
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.
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I'm not sure I understand the question but I do know this. If your car will start when it is cold, yet after driving it for awhile, you shut it off and then go to restart it and it wont start you need to have your starter and starter solenoid checked. Its happenened to me on 2 different cars. It seems that when the starter gets to hot it just jams up or freezes up and won't crank over the engine. Yet if the car sits for a little while it cools down and then seems to work just fine. Its defineately a sign that your starter and/or solenoid is about to die. Pull it out and have it checked.(auto zone will do it for free, its called a load test) There's a good chance that's your problem, if I understood the problem correctly. Good Luck, hope this helps. Mark H.
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Had ther same problem, ignition switch fixed it.
Probably a bad spot on the stater or the solenid
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