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|Starter Type:||Offset Gear Reduction|
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Q:what is the difference in the starters that cause them to vary so much in price. I recently had a new timing belt put on my 98 camry 4cy and the starter went out the next day. I need to replace it and I wonder about the cost of different starters. Are some more likely to wear out sooner if they cost less?
A:Starter failure usually may arise from the following, i.e., 1) weak or worn out battery, 2) loose battery terminal(s) connection, 3) dirty battery terminal(s) or post(s), 4) malfunctioning solenoid, 5) loose cable connection of solenoid, and; 6) malfunctioning starter. A malfunctioning starter, on the other hand, may be due to any or a combination of the following: worn out armature, field coil, bushing, bearing and gear. Starters usually last to more than 15 years under normal wear and tear conditions. The more you want to spend the better quality you get. Low priced re-built starters only replace the very worn parts. Completely new starters with all its parts new, can cost dearly. But you wont be replacing it again no time soon.