Engine cranks slow after hot

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11 Aug 2010 14:37 #17565 by Josh Malks
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Be sure that paint is removed from the frame contact point.

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I agree with Josh about insuring the paint is gone from the contact points.

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15 Aug 2010 18:35 #17641 by ilikescars
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OK, I figured it out today. I swapped out a rebuilt starter with the original.
Then brought the car up to operating temperature and shut it off for a minute. When I tried to start it again, it cranked over like crazy.
Answer to my question: The original starter looked brand new, but inside it was "tired".

Thanks for the input, guys.

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15 Aug 2010 20:08 #17646 by mikespeed35
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It's always nice to kill one more bug.
CORDially Mike

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