Originally Posted by TuType
I replaced mone a couple weeks ago. Very simple; eta 15 minutes. Question:
What'* a gear reduction starter and what'* the difference in a non-gear reduction starter; advantages vs disadvantages?
How do I know if I got the correct starter? Will both work?
Thanks in advance,
The gear reduction starter is simmilar in a way to a power screwdriver... Its takes a smaller motor and produces plenty of torque... Believe it or not, its almost the same thing but the screwdriver is on a lot smaller scale...
It depends on what you put the starter on... I believe that is will fit with the 65-E trans... Don't quote me on that...
I actually installed a gear reduced on my 91 LE, fit great and functioned perfectly... Only change I had to make was the direction of the positive cable to the starter, and that was very minor...
I already have another Gear reduced for the 91 SSE waiting to go on... And when the one on the 95 Goes out( Its still very strong ) it will get the gear reduced...
A small note tho... These gear reduced units can easily run $200
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