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Question Details Asked:Dec 01, 2008 - 06:49 AMStatus:Closed
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your problem is not as bad as you think, your starter is the colprate, trust me, if you have power and no click,which is the sound of your starter engaging you need to take your starter off and have it checked! good luck!
SIR THE STARTER CLUTCH OR WHAT IS SOMETIMES CALLED THE KICKOUT PART OF THE STARTER HAS FROZE UP TRY TO HIT IT A FEW TIMES WITH A SMALL HAMMER. IT IS AT THE FRONT OF THE STARTER GOING INTO THE ENGINE. I WOULD STILL CHANGE IT OUT, BUT A STARTER CLUTCH IS CHEAP A STARTER IN FULL CAN BE EXPENSIVE. THIS IS A JOB YOU CAN EASILY DO WITH A MANUEL. MARK
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