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Old 02-20-2012, 07:15 PM
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Starter died

Ok so this morning I went to my truck to get it going and being the slugg it is in cold weather it never wants to start.After running the glow plugs for 2 min 3 times before I started to crank it over. long story short the starter went in it. Now i would like to know how difficult it is to replace the starter and which is the prefered brand. I can get a mitzu*****y lol for around $170. thanks for the help guys
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Old 02-20-2012, 07:18 PM
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Go to orielys and get one of theirs. Lifetime warranty on it.

They are not that hard to replace, 30 mins tops.
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Old 02-20-2012, 07:28 PM
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Agreed, Piece of gayke.

Next time, Just crawl under and look !!! We'll let it slide this time
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Go to orielys and get one of theirs. Lifetime warranty on it.
They are not that hard to replace, 30 mins tops.
This is what i did. they are a re-maned starter, but with the warranty i dont care.
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Old 02-20-2012, 08:41 PM
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well yea abvously look under but when a quick trip between classes at college turns into a f**kin POS and you gotta get to class you say screw it to looking lol
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well yea abvously look under but when a quick trip between classes at college turns into a f**kin POS and you gotta get to class you say screw it to looking lol
Lol amen sister

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Old 02-21-2012, 05:27 AM
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Its real simple two bolts 1/2" drive and then take off nuts on the solenoid terminals and toss in the new one. 20-30 minutes tops. Just dont over torque the bolts on the terminals....I broke mine right off the solenoid like an idiot...but im using a db starter its great and for under $90it I've had good luck so far! Best of luck!
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