1998 Jeep Cherokee "teeth starter broken" Questions

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Starter Drive in to the teeth of the flywheel. The Bendix/Starter Drive is comprised of a pinion gear, spring, several washers and a shaft. Either one of these two components can fail due to wear. The

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...starter turns the motor but to easy. like there is no resistance. i have no check engine light on. it just wont even try to start. could i have broke the timing chain or something to the top half of ...

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...starter drive and flywheel. That in itself can cause a problem as damaged flywheel teeth can cause incorrect signals to the crank position sensor and therefore bad info to the computer. Some poor ...

...starter teeth have to engage correctly for the starter not to hang up. That's what probably happened & broke teeth off. You had better check your flywheel around the entire circumfrence as teeth may ...

...starter and give it a try...your old starter my be having problems engaging the teeth... STARTER DRIVE PINION GEAR WORN OR BROKEN OR FLY WHEEL HAS WORN OR BROKEN TEETH. engine turn over but won't ...

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...the starter is good. check starter reley on fender if it dont click check it has power and is grounded and all wires conected FLY WHEEL TEETH GEAR TEETH WORN OR BROKEN OR STARTER NEED TO BE

...teeth on flywheel or starter pinion. take starter out and bench test it. if starter seems good and no teeth are missing/worn, inspect flywheel through starter whole You may just have a bad starter, ...

isn't catching the flywheel. Since you've had the starter checked and it was good...I'd say look at the teeth of the flywheel. I suspect worn or broken teeth on flywheel. Hope this helps..

...it will ''catch'' and turn over and start. Is this the starter, selonoid, ...??? the teeth on your starter or the teeth on your flywheel are broken or possibly your starter isnt engaging all the ...

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...teeth. Pull the starter and get it bench tested. Look in the hole where the starter goes in and look for worn or broken teeth.... Hopefully a starter drive as flywheel replacement is a big

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