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It may be the starter but you'd want to check for battery voltage at the B terminal on the starter and check that the circuit on the S terminal is OK first. When checking the S terminal have someone turn the key to the crank position. Also it would be a good idea to check that the starter is grounded properly. If you have power on both terminals and the ...


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Sounds like starter gear windingout and then overheating, I would replace the starter. These sound like typical symptoms...


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The starter circuit is typically quite simple. The high current wire goes from the battery to the starter motor. The ignition sends a signal to a relay so it closes and allows current to flow to the starter solenoid. The solenoid engages the starter motor teeth with the flywheel teeth, and simultaneously connects the high current power to the starter motor. ...



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