[200q20v] general starter Q
dak-ignore at rochester.rr.com
Mon Apr 9 13:51:09 EDT 2001
Thanks for all of the replies. I'm going to take the starter out and
drop it at a local re-builder. If it only needs the brushes, I'll try to
buy and install them myself.
Chris Covington wrote:
> I had that same problem about a year ago, and a local parts place had a
> rebuilt starter in stock that had the solenoid, etc. rebuilt on it as
> well. It was only $120 I believe.
> '91 2cq
> On Sun, 8 Apr 2001, DAK wrote:
>> A question that probably pertains to many audis (if not other makes).
>> The little braided connection from the solenoid to the starter has
>> fallen apart. (hence the no-start condition!)
>> It looks like it runs right into the starter itself. Seems like this
>> provides power from the solenoid to the starter motor itself. Any ideas
>> on fixing this in-situ? I could take the motor out and have it fixed by
>> a starter refurb place.
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