The starter motor supplies the air your engine needs to run. To bring your car to life, replace your faulty starter motor with a low-cost product from Car Parts 4 Less.
When you turn the ignition switch, this engages a magnet inside the starter motor. A rod in the motor pushes the pinion gear into the flywheel and the starter runs. The starter turns the engine over, and the combustion chamber sucks in air to mix with the fuel. The spark plug ignites the air-fuel mix to fire up your engine. Like every part of your car, the starter motor will experience wear and tear as time passes by. The most common cause of failure is a bad solenoid valve within the motor. It is possible to fix many faulty parts inside the starter motor, but most experts advise replacing the whole unit. For a hot deal on the right starter motor for your car, please enter your details in the search tool.