The sole responsibility of a Kickstarter is to initiate and ignite the engine, an engine cannot run without a starter that needs to turn the engine flywheel but what if your Kickstarter fails to works as it should.
Today we are going to discuss some common issues that might prevent a Kickstarter from performing as required, sometimes your Kickstarter might not be able to turn your engine or takes a couple of minutes before the engine can turn.
Troubleshooting your Car Kickstarter
Check your Battery
Inspect Cables And Wires
Inspect The Starter Solenoid
This video below will teach you more on how to troubleshoot a starter problem from BBBIND.COM
Check The Engine Flywheel
We have been expatiating about the battery and Kickstarter itself but what if the engine has problems that force more pleasure on the starter.
The Engine Flywheel is the next place to check for errors, but what is Engine flywheel?
Whenever you see or hear the name engine flywheel you should note that such name is referring to the large, heavy wheel between the engine and transmission and its main work is to engage with the starter motor to crank the engine.
AUTOMOBILE ENGINE FLYWHEEL
To run a check on the engine flywheel you need to remove the Kickstarter motor and possibly set your transmission to Neutral and try to rotate the crankshaft by turning the middle dart on the crankshaft pulley utilizing a ratchet or breaker bar and an attachment. You’ll discover this pulley at the front and base of the motor square.
This pulley pivots the drive or serpentine belt to run the alternator, guiding siphon and different parts. Contingent upon your vehicle display, you may need to evacuate a wheel to access the pulley focus jolt. Watch the flywheel as it turns and ensures the teeth are in great condition.
Absent or harmed teeth will keep the starter engine from wrenching the motor. Supplant the flywheel, if important