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NAPA Starter Motor

Choose from over 240 parts within the NAPA Starter Motor portfolio. These products reflect the most popular applications in the UK market.

NAPA starter motors are surcharge-free so come without the added complication of core returns.

Why Replace?
The lifespan of starter motor depends heavily on the conditions and climate they are working in. The cranking system of a vehicle gets put under extreme pressure during winter months, resulting in increased demand. Starter motors have to work hard due to falling temperatures overnight reducing the available cranking power from the battery. Additionally, the wet and salty road conditions corrode the parts and result in loose or broken connections. Although starter motors are designed to cope with the above conditions, any weaknesses are more apparent in winter.

Product Quality
All products are built to meet or exceed OE specifications, this ensures the replacement part will be able to tolerate a large amount of stress from challenging weather conditions.

NAPA Starter Motors are built, tested and validated to meet or exceed industry standards. They also undergo an end-of-line functionality test. This ensures the quality and reliability of the NAPA products supplied to customers is extremely high.

The Technical Bit
When the engine will not crank there are lots of possible causes including dead battery, defective ignition switch, a mechanical problem in the engine or loose connections, all these things should therefore be checked and replaced as necessary before assuming a problem with the starter motor. A broken or corroded engine to body earth cable is also a common cause of non-cranking.

Related Resources

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If a new starter motor has been installed and the starting problem still persists, it is imperative to swiftly check the vehicle voltage. To do this safely and accurately, technicians are advised to follow the steps below: Install the starter...

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