Over time the starter motor begins to wear, which can either slow it down or seize. A slow starter motor can potentially mean it is not turning fast enough to start the engine. Check your old starter motor for the following defects before fitting. Blue colour on armature shaft near pinion.
Rattling inside motor when starter motor is shaken. Damaged teeth on starter motor. Burnt smell from inside starter motor. If your old starter motor shows any of these defects you have a vehicle fault that requires immediate attention.Failure to rectify this fault will result in the replacement starter motor failing due to the same vehicle fault. This item is in the category "Vehicle Parts & Accessories\Car Parts & Accessories\Starters, Alternators, ECUs & Wiring\Starter Motors". The seller is "mr-wiper" and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.