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Ok, My starter in my 2012 failed and I ordered a brand new “Duralast Gold” starter from Autozone. I replaced the starter and crank sensor while I was in there. When I start the car you can hear the starter grind on the flywheel like an older vehicle needing the starter shimmed. Has anyone ran into this or have any insight? My thoughts are to pull it out and try replacing it again. Battery is good also.
So how hard is it to replace the starter? My only experience is old Chevy's.
1987 Landau (383 stroker, vortec heads, 700r4, posi rear, Bilstein shocks, Eibach springs, Bassett 15x8, BFGoodrich 275/60, 9C1 speedo)
2011 9C3 (K&N CAI, Weldcraft widened 18x9 factory steelies, Bridgestone 285/35)