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We have over 6000 outright replacement units in stock and over 30,000 starter motor parts and alternator parts for any vehicle or engine.
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Here are some of the manufacturers we use for our auto parts and rotating electrical components:-
Delco, Ford, Valeo, Bosch, Denso, Mitsubishi, Hitachi, Marelli, US Ford and many more.
We also stock a wide range of components.
you turn the ignition and nothing happens then you may want to check the connections from your battery to your starter motor. These sometimes
get rusty and need cleaning.
If your battery is not charging
then you may have a loose alternator belt. If you hear a screeching
noise then tighten the belt and your battery will then charge.
your starter motor is turning very slowly and your interior lights are dull then you may have a weak or faulty battery. An auto electrician can
check this for you.
You can test if your alternator is charging
correctly by using a multimeter. Set the meter to DC and connect to the
battery terminals. Turn off all lights and interior electrics and rev
the engine to 2500rpm. The multimeter should read between 13.5 and 14.4
When you turn the ignition and hear a clicking noise then
your starter motor gear may be sticking. Put your car in to 4th or 5th
gear and make sure your handbrake is off and gently push your car
forwards and backwards. This sometimes releases the gear.
careful when considering a reconditioned alternator or a reconditioned
starter motor. When the price is too low or when asked for your old unit
back in exchange normally means it's a
recon or a refurbished part.