Inside Line: Autoelectro

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These vehicles are commonly affected due to numerous faults which cause the starter motor to burn out. Vehicle faults such as water leaking through the scuttle panel onto the fuel injectors, wiring loom damaged and contaminated with water behind the N/S headlamp, fuel pressure issues and damaged and also worn ignition switch bases cause excessive cranking of the starter motor or to run on in mesh. This puts excessive load on the starter motor and results in it burning out. Further detailed information is available via our website.

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