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A Word About Repairing Your OEM Denso Automotive Duty Starter

These starters are used on Dodge, Chrysler, Plymouth, Honda, Subaru, Geo, Toyota, Lexus & many others

OEM Denso starters almost always go for at least 100,000 miles, sometimes as long as 200,000, without a single problem. And then when they do fail for the first time, invariably it's just plain worn out solenoid contacts. This causes the starter to click but not crank, or worse yet, stick on and keep cranking. Easy to replace, the contacts are very inexpensive. The center contact is a part of the plunger and so the plunger should be replaced at the same time.

The replacement starters you buy from the auto parts store or discounters are cheap copies that seldom llast half as long as an original DENSO. Denso starters rarely need more than new contacts & plunger. If your starter clicks a few times then starts fine, this is most likely the problem. Easy to change and a lot less money than a new starter. 

To select the starter solenoid contacts you need, measure the diameter of the copper bolts that connect the battery cable to the starter solenoid and the solenoid to the starter motor. If they are 8mm then remove the rear solenoid cover. It's pretty easy to recognize the contacts you have by the pictures. You can order below if you know which parts you need. Or you can email us your Make, Model, Year, engine and transmission . We will email you back the correct required part numbers.

Occasionally the problem can be the wiring or the ignition switch. If so you may need to install an add-on relay (below)

Exploded view of Denso Starter Solenoid      Contact Replacement Instructions HERE


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