J08E Second Hand Starter Motor For Excavator SK350 - 8 28100 - 78124 28100 - E0080
|Part Name: Starter motor assy||Voltage: 24V|
|Category: Spare parts||Cylinders Number: 6|
|Application: Excavator engine||Test staus: Normal|
|Type: Electric Injection||Industrial Engine:J08E|
The starter motor is powered by the car's main 12-volt battery. To turn over the engine, the starter motor requires high electric current, which means the battery has to have sufficient power. If the battery is discharged, the lights in a car might work, but it won't be enough power (current) to turn over the starter motor.
What are the symptoms of a bad starter motor:
When starting a car with a fully charged battery, there is a single click or nothing happens at all. The starter motor doesn't run, even though there is a 12-Volt power at the starter control terminal.
Another symptom is when the starter motor runs, but fails to turn over the engine. Often, this might cause a loud screeching noise when starting the car. Of course, this could also be caused by damaged teeth on the ring gear of the flex plate or flywheel.
Starter Motor Definition
A starter or starter motor is an electrical device that used to rotate (crank) internal combustion engines so as to initiate the engine’s operation under its own power. As soon as the engine begins to run, it got disconnected from the engine, which now relies on the combustion process. The component is mounted on the engine’s gearbox housing, and the starter motor gear meets flywheel’s teeth.
Being an electrical component, a starter consists of a powerful DC (Direct Current) electric motor and a solenoid. The solenoid receives positive power direct from the battery and hearth current from the engine body. In order to turn the engine, a 12-volt battery must be used to run the starter. This means the battery has to be sufficient enough to power the device. In the most situation where the starter motor clicks but won’t start, the issue is either from the battery or starter itself.