How does a car’s engine starter motor work?
When you turn the key on, the battery sends a huge wad of power to the starter solenoid which sends a signal to the starter to go crank. The solenoid connects the electric motor of the battery to the starter by closing a large copper contact.
What causes a starter to need replacement?
First of all you have to check the battery, the ignition, and the solenoid to make sure they’re all in good shape. You should also check the wiring to make sure everything is connected and nothing is exposed. Once you have that confirmed you can test the starter – which can go due to normal wear and tear where the gears or brushes in the starter just wear down over time.
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