Starter wont disengage

Asked by Jan 02, 2010 at 05:56 PM about the Ford Ranger

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The starter won't disengage -it just keeps trying to turn over. I had the starter rebuilt. What else can cause this?

3 Answers

555

did you put in a new solenoid when you replaced the starter?

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The starter is most likely defective. You actually had it rebuilt? You didn't just buy a remanufactured one? I didn't think any rebuild kits were still out there...a reman is probably a more cost effective option.

15

If the starter wont disingage , its not the starter check the solenoid on the inner fender. If its bad thats your real problem.

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