Won't start

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Asked by Jun 06, 2016 at 01:02 PM about the 1996 Chevrolet Blazer 4 Door LT 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 96 Chevy Blazer 4.3 4 by 4 the problem I'm
having is that she doesn't want to start and she's
making a loud grinding noise like something is
caught from her engaging. My friends tell me that
the teeth are missing on the Wheel that possibly
could cause it from not starting I'm not sure how
you would get around this cuz I believe it's on the
flywheel so I believe the starter and the flywheel is
not catching due to some bad teeth how can I get
around this without spending major money to fix it
is there any way I could turn the pulley to turn the
flywheel. I need help as soon as possible I need
this car running is all I have right now please help if
anybody has the best reliable resource herbal
answer thank you and God bless

2 Answers

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The best answer is fix it correctly. Always the Honorable thing to do, unless its rotted out and a piece of scrap then it needs to be scraped. So is it worthy? Consider this before taking action... Regards

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I was afraid of that I'm hoping it's not what it is but I guess I'll never know because I have to get a new ride then and sell this to pick and pull because I don't have the money that it's going to cost to get it fixed and I just keep wasting money.

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