Not really unless the starter is draining the battery and the alternator has difficult recharging it, assuming the engine is working fine.
Before I sent my car to the shop, the remote key starter used to work fine; now the remote doesn't start the car at all. What happened?
Whenever I turn on the ignition switch, the interior lights go out, the headlights dim, and the starter does not come on. After a brief wait, I activate the key switch to start, and starter comes on without hesitation, and the engine turns over normally and starts. What is the possible problem?
Why is that when I start my truck the starter gets stuck? It sounds like it spins or gas doesn't pass, but after three times, it will start. I got a new battery for it, but still, the same thing happens.
What happens if the wires that connect to the starter from the engine touch?
Why is it that when my battery is fully charged, but in 18 to 20 hours my car won't start? They say that the alternator and other systems are fine.
Why does the starter motor start when I hook it up to the battery?
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