HAVE BATTERY POWER, BUT STARTER WON'T TURN. IS IT A SIMPLE REMOVE AND REPLACE FIX?

1981 Toyota Landcruiser

Tiny

MTD805

July, 30, 2012 AT 5:44 PM

My 1981 FJ60 won't start. I have battery power, but the starter won't turn over. Is the starter something that is readily accessible and can easily removed and replaced by the average car owner? I replaced the starter a little over a year ago. Is there an exterior solenoid or other component that might have failed separater from the actual starter motor that I should check first?
Thanks!

FOUND 715 RELATED QUESTIONS

1 Answer

Tiny

CJ MEDEVAC

July, 30, 2012 AT 6:15 PM

IF IT COMES DOWN TO IT--REMOVE THE STARTER AND HAVE IT TESTED AT A POPULAR AUTO PARTS STORE

YOU REALLY SHOULD BUY YOU A MANUAL...THAT WAS MOSTLY MY STARTING POINT

http://www.2carpros.com/questions/2007-ford-taurus-tune-up

A GREAT BIT OF THE TIME---IT AIN'T NOTHING BUT A BAD CONNECTION...MANY DON'T TAKE THAT "SERIOUSLY"

SEE MY NOVEL-LIKE ANSWER IN THIS POST

http://www.2carpros.com/questions/2002-jeep-wrangler-turn-key-start-jeep-sometimes-starts-nothing-happens-would-c

RETURN WITH A SMILE!

THE MEDIC

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