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    alfan
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    Replacing starter motor on 8.32?

    Hi all

    I have had quite a lot of problems with my 8.32 recently, but finally I got it started again. However, it now seems that the starter motor has given up, so I would like to know if anyone has tried to replace that with the engine in the car? It is a series2 model, but with a series1 engine.

    I assume that you have to get at it from below, but any experiences would be much appreciated

  2. #2
    ilsun88
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    Lightbulb Re: Replacing starter motor on 8.32?

    Quote Originally Posted by alfan View Post
    Hi all

    However, it now seems that the starter motor has given up, so I would like to know if anyone has tried to replace that with the engine in the car? It is a series2 model, but with a series1 engine.
    I assume that you have to get at it from below, but any experiences would be much appreciated
    Not easy to change the starter at home by DIY.
    Last time I change the starter was regular service of timing belt and tensioner changing.
    That means you have to move out the engine and fix all the problems just in one time restoration.

    Good Luck!!!

  3. #3
    alfan
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    Re: Replacing starter motor on 8.32?

    Thanks for replying

    It turned out that the starter motor is ok, so I don't have to do anything about it now. The car is also running again, it actually wouldn't start after my original post, but is now back on the road. There are still things to work out, but driving it again is great

  4. #4
    Read-diag
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    Re: Replacing starter motor on 8.32?

    Hi.
    Starter relay okay?
    and Failure of Fuse boad.
    These are the possible repair of solder easily.
    Failure of contact of the ignition switch.
    Deterioration of the connector ...
    You should be suspected in the first degradation of the electrical the car because it is used for a period of many years.
    regards.

  5. #5
    alfan
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    Re: Replacing starter motor on 8.32?

    Thanks for replying

    The car was off the road again with start issues, but is now running again! There were more problems, so the following has been done:

    Replacing fuel pump
    Extra relay for controlling the mechanical relay for the fuel pump
    Some electrical gremlins in the engine bay

    The workshop fixed this for me, so I don't have the exact details for how they fixed all of it.

    I am now looking forward to spring, when I get the chance to drive it properly again

  6. #6
    Read-diag
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    Re: Replacing starter motor on 8.32?

    Hi.
    And though not related to the problem of starter ...
    I experienced the repair of electrical equipment of 832 recently.
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    There was also a case like this.

    A matter of terminal of the throttle switch,
    When install the switch in the manifold, the idle contact becomes an infinite resistance.
    Cracking of the solder was the cause.

    It is possible to use After you repair the solder.

    It is an honor to be Re help you in the event of a failure.

    Regards.

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