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#1 sylakone

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Posted 15 September 2008 - 05:10 PM

ok car will not start starter motor kicks over but sounds like it does not have enough power so thought it was battery so took out battery got another car to jump start same problem still will not kick over sounds like starter motor is not getting enough power replaced positive terminal as that had a crack in it chatrge the battery with charger put back in same problme got anothe battery that i had charged that up also same problem anybody got any ideas ?? need car back on the road asap it is my daily runner
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Posted 15 September 2008 - 08:33 PM

Fuel pump priming?

Does it go bzzzz in the rear of the car for a few seconds when you turn the key to 'on'?

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Posted 16 September 2008 - 04:50 PM

Fuel pump priming?

Does it go bzzzz in the rear of the car for a few seconds when you turn the key to 'on'?


Thanks yeah the pump is priming so it is not that it is weird I have tried 2 different batteries tried to jumps start with 2 diffenret leads and with both leads together still will not start it sounds like the starter is struggling to turn the engine but the car was fine the day before it did not start I guess i might have to take the next step and pay ridiculous amounts of money to get a mechanic to take a look :ph34r:

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Posted 16 September 2008 - 05:06 PM

Sounds like the Starter itself is stuffed. Its called polling out, the armature in the motor has insulation on the wires of the winding and it breaks down after awhile, this weakens the starter to the point where it cant make enough power to turn it over. Change starter motor.

If for some reason you think the starter is still fine, Pull out the 4 exhaust plugs and wind it over, check to see if you have any water being pumped out, if its blown a head gasket then you may have water in a cylinder stopping it from turning over. This will also tell you if the starter is strong enough if it winds quickly and freely.
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Posted 16 September 2008 - 06:51 PM

Sounds like the Starter itself is stuffed. Its called polling out, the armature in the motor has insulation on the wires of the winding and it breaks down after awhile, this weakens the starter to the point where it cant make enough power to turn it over. Change starter motor.

If for some reason you think the starter is still fine, Pull out the 4 exhaust plugs and wind it over, check to see if you have any water being pumped out, if its blown a head gasket then you may have water in a cylinder stopping it from turning over. This will also tell you if the starter is strong enough if it winds quickly and freely.


thanks heaps for the help i will try all of the above as soon a i get enough time




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