Mechanics

CHEVROLET SUBURBAN STARTER PROBLEM

1995 Chevrolet Suburban • 198,000 miles

When starting the starter gets kicked back. I have replaced the timing chain, timing is set (yes with the connector under the dash disconnected), it was running pretty rough for a while but I replaced the cap, rotor, wires, plugs, and coil as somewhere in there a problem was causing a lot of corrosion build up (i think when the previous owner changed the spark timing in order to compensate for the timing chain being so stretched. The truck still has a slight misfire, but the problem is the starter kick back its already taken out 2 starters on me, luckily I have the lifetime warranty but replacing it every other week is getting annoying.
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ShinRay
December 11, 2012.




Is starter properly shimed?

Docfixit
Dec 11, 2012.
I have shimned and unshimmed and double shimmed. Still does it no matter how its shimmed but it does make a big difference on starter rpm.

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ShinRay
Dec 11, 2012.
Bend peper clip ues as pinion guage disconnect battery from starter jumper wire from BATT POS to solenoid terminal pinino will engage flywheel shim so paper clip fits between pinion and fly wheel teeth
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Docfixit
Dec 11, 2012.

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