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Old 10-30-2016, 07:32 AM   #51
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When having starting problems, I tried the groundremanufactured ne and it didn't help, I added a second ground from the starter to the frame, didn't help, the problem was the reman starter, I keep saying this over and over to everyone that has starter problems, buy a NEW starter, that's what fixed mine.

Reman starters suck !
Thanks for the input i have already replaced (6) starters all have been remanufactured.I got life time warranty does why just take them back. From what store did you ended up buying it from.
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Old 10-30-2016, 03:07 PM   #52
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I bought mine from Rockauto,
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Old 10-30-2016, 05:45 PM   #53
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got mine from orielley, was new not reman, no probs in 2 years.
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Mine was new also, will not buy a reman ever again.
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Old 10-31-2016, 03:43 PM   #55
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I replaced the starter in my '98 Frontier about a decade ago, with a remanufactured unit from CarQuest. Have put 110K on that starter.
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master certified master 42 years as a mechanic ....slow start (crank) when hot but starts(cranks) fine cold.. clean connections at battery and ground (black) wire to body next to battery (grind till you see metal as this is also the alternater ground) pull starter clean the face of the starter with wire brush and block where the starter goes on the motor and plate between engine and transmision grind, brush,or sand away paint till you see metal.. clean bolts use "star" washers on bolts... thats a fix... also one easy way is a short battery ground cable with eyelets on each end attatch to bottom starter bolt and then to one of the 14mm bolts right there on the block in front of the starter on bracket that holds the motor mount on the block ...also if you flatten the eyelets with a hammer on the ground cable you wont have to get longer bolts but new blots are always good if possible....always remember you didnt come this far to come this far... Keep On... Rick
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