It sounds like the ignition module is going bad. It heats up and stops working. It was once believed that this problem plagued only Ford models. It is a rarer condition for GM but it does exist.
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in 1962 Best was replaced by Ringo Starr.
no one has replaced him, nor will they ever.
She has been replaced by Heidi Range.
She left after season eight and Ellen replaced her .
if the engine has high comprshen it will eat starters
Yes, by a shop that rebuilds starters.
For starters, one million red blood cells are removed and replaced each second.
The answer to the question is no. If the flywheel is ground or damaged it needs to be replaced.
bad ground wire or not enough ground
Fossil fuels, irreplacable resources, non-renewable energy. Things like oil and rare earth metals, id checkout the periodic table. Also there are planets with resources and elements in space that people are ideating on harvesting.
Starters generally will begin dragging, grinding, or develop a dead spot. At first it is just a quirk , but they contine to get worse and the problem happens more frequently. If the starter just clicks, make sure you have good, clean connections. Many starters have been replaced needlessly due to dirty cables.
The sun for starters, but that's not going away any time we're still alive. Other than that fossil fuels, coal, oil, natural gas are the three main ones.
If you have headers put a heat shield over the starter. That is what fixed my 84 C-10 starter issues. If it is a gear alignment problem try shimming. If it is a electrical problem try the heat shield.
it may be that your flywheel is loose, and the starter is jumping the teeth,
Starters are normally good for at least ten years. Often they last much, much longer. BUT, they do occasionally fail sooner. Yours does not sound like a starter problem. Recharge the battery and jump start the car and get it to a competent mechanic.
since you have replaced the starter, the mostlikely cause is the flywheel. there are probably a few teeth missing on it. Try turning the engine manually a little and then start the engine. if it starts this is probably the case. if not the fly wheel may still be damaged.