Starter - Remanufactured
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Driveworks Starter - Remanufactured

Part No. 17784SV Warranty Details  

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Designed for durability from the inside out, Driveworks Starters are built with enhanced components engineered to meet or exceed OE performance. Driveworks Starters undergo rigorous Triple Testing procedures; including Initial Sample Approval (ISA) testing of components, assembly process and final testing, ensuring long life and consistent performance. Remanufactured by one of the top ISO/TS 16949 certified starter manufacturers, Driveworks Starters enjoy the most innovative and comprehensive technologies available for today's high performance electrical systems. We have the right Starter to fit your vehicle and a one year warranty you can count on.

Product Features:
  • Remanufactured through rigorous Triple Testing processes.
  • All components undergo the highest quality inspections following TS 16949 certified standards.
  • Advanced re-engineering, precision remanufacturing processes guarantee quality and performance to meet or exceed OE standards.
  • Free Tech Line staffed by ASE Certified Technicians to answer fitment, technical and other questions.
  • One year warranty gives you peace of mind
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Amperage Rating:0
Direct Drive:No
Gear Reduction:Yes
Kw Rating:1.2
Starter Type:Offset Gear Reduction

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  • Q:

    does this starter need to be shimmed on a 2001 town and country awd 3.8l? still making a grinding noise while starting after replacing starter and using original shim
    Asked on 1/30/2012 by nick from s.c.s , mi

    1 answer



      It seems sticking because it is engaging too deeply into the teeth on the starter ring of the flywheel. Try a few different sizes (thicknesses) of shims until the sound and sticking go away. Place the shim between the starter body and the engine block on the inboard bolt only. That will move the starter on it's axis AWAY from the block. For any further assistance please feel free to call 1-877-238-2623 and one of our representatives will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.

      Answered on 1/31/2012 by John the Car-Doc from AAP
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