Electric starter systems consist of many parts. In addition, it takes all of these parts working together to get the vehicle to start. In order for the electric starter system to start, it must be turned at some speed, which allows for the engine to suck fuel and air into the cylinders, which in turn, allows it to compress the fuel.
Depending on the manufacturer, in front-engine vehicles, the electric starter system is installed low down, located near the back of the engine. The starter system is an electric motor that turns over or cranks the engine to start. The electric starter system is powered by the battery of the vehicle. As mentioned above, the engine needs some speed to start. In order for this process to happen, the starter system needs a high electric current coming from the car battery. This transaction of high electricity can cause the wear-and-tear of the starter system, and therefore, cause it to fail. Like any other car part, the starter system can experience problems which are common. In order to locate potential problems with the starter system, it is suggested that it be properly tested by a qualified mechanic. To replace your starter system, simply order your car part on our website at 123spareparts.co.uk.