Before we get started rebuilding our starter, let’s take a crash course in basic vehicular starting systems, and how to deal with them and their related problems, the quickest most efficient way possible. Also, and most importantly, some grass roots safety guidelines on what to do, and what NOT to do. Our motto is: “No matter how much money you save, it’s not worth it if you don’t do it right.”
The most important part of starter replacement is overlooked even by professionals. Our system teaches the installer to diagnose and observe the old starter so you can confront and prevent future problems during the replacement. Even the pros infrequently notice engagement problems during the first repair nor do very few mechanics take time to help correct engagement problems during an ordinary starter job. More garages and repair facilities should also educate their customers on proper starter care and use (not abuse) procedures and issues.
This site will also contain some beginner basic education like the history of the starter and how does a starter work? explained in layman’s terms. We also cover a ford starter being rebuilt from start to finish. Our in depth article on the ford diesel starter rebuild contains in depth instructions and pics how to get the job done just like the pros do it.
One of the most common issues with vehicles today is how to know if you actually have a starter problem, or if it’s just the battery. Our article “ Do I Have A Problem ?” will take you through the process to help you make an informed decision on what needs fixed. Another common affliction that leaves most people in a tizzy is what we call a “cold start”. That means your car won’t start hot, but let it cool down and everything’s fine. We solve this with our Defeat the Heat page and pics.
The newest addition to our site is for the Harley Davidson trike fans. The new problematic electric reverse motor has been a source of ongoing hassle and extreme expense. We offer warranted rebuilt solutions at a fraction of the cost of new.
More information on the Reverse Motor for the Tri Glide Harley-Davidson