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Old 07-24-2005, 10:02   #1 (permalink)
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92Tempo V6 Starter removal

Shut the car down. Couple hours later, went to start it, wouldn't crank,
tried booster, no go so its not the battery

Loud click of the solenoid pulling in and then nothing. Can someone direct
me to some online pictures for starter removal and
testing.

Could a broken timing chain make the motor seize up?

rq


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Old 07-24-2005, 16:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: 92Tempo V6 Starter removal

did you try cleaning the cable ends when the cable is real dirty you can
not boost it not tempo person but you can go to the auto parts store and
if they have a book open look at it but i would clean the cable ends
first

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Old 07-24-2005, 20:01   #3 (permalink)
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Re: 92Tempo V6 Starter removal

"RQ" <qurandc@shaw.ca> wrote in news:dBPEe.27105$%K2.6308@pd7tw1no:

> Shut the car down. Couple hours later, went to start it, wouldn't
> crank, tried booster, no go so its not the battery
>
> Loud click of the solenoid pulling in and then nothing. Can someone
> direct me to some online pictures for starter removal and
> testing.
>
> Could a broken timing chain make the motor seize up?
>
> rq
>
>


Autozone.com "Repair info" usually has pictures.

Like Jimmy said, check ALL cable connections
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Probably not
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