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post #1 of 5 Old 05-31-2011, 10:19 AM Thread Starter
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starting problem

i have a 95 f250 powerstroke diesel, and it has a starting problem when i go to start it the starter just clicks once, like the starter gear is stuck on the flywheel, i replaced the satrter solenoid but that didnt help at all, it only acts up every once in a while, but when it does i have to use a screw driver and cross the terminals on the starter to start it, what could be wrong with it?
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i fixed it, turns out it was the starter.i put a new starter on it and worked. started up just fine. i went to autozone and the starter was 150 and the core charge was 180. wtf the core was worth more than the damn starter alone lol. owell its fixed now
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1) Go to junkyard and buy old starter for $30
2) Buy starter at store including core charge
3) Return junkyard starter for $180 core refund
4) Return new starters after store has sent core back to rebuilder, therefore demand $180 in lieu of core
5) Repeat
6) ????
7) Profit
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well i put in the new starter and now it seams like its starting real slow now. like its starts cranking slowly then eventually it will fire up
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