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Old 12-28-2007, 08:13 PM
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New High Torque Starter Connection prob .

Ok Guys ,, Here is my thing on this New Starter ..

I have a 70" BBC .. I swaped the old starter of the engine , & I got me a Mini starter ..

I got it all hooked up & tried to start the car .. BUt The starter would just spin ..
The Shaft would not come out of its shell for some reason ..

It just spins ... ( I was thinking I might have switched the wires wrong )

I gave up ,, & I took the starter to get checked ,,, & It checked good ..

They hooked it up to the tester ,, & shaft came out properly ,,, The way it was supposed to ..

So I took it home & tried switching the wires around again , But It still did the same thing (Nothing but just spin ) Without the shaft coming out ...

Can someone please Help .... ?

The wiring harness & car is a 72 Camaro ... Stock starter had 3 wires connected to it , PLus the Battery cable ...



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is the battery strong enough? if so check the ground. sounds like it is not getting enough voltage to spin fast enough to engage the bendix
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71corvette You Got It.
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