OFF-ROAD USE ONLYMany Gent5 parts, including exhaust products, are sold for off-road use only. All performance modifications and installations are at the customers own risk. Gent5 or www.gent5.com hold no responsibility either implied or otherwise for mechanical, electrical or other failure when using any aftermarket performance products. Items sold for off-road use only are illegal in many states and provinces and are intended for racing vehicles which may never be used on a public road. By purchasing any aftermarket performance product, the customer takes full responsibility for any use, and/or misuse of the product and agrees that Gent5 or www.gent5.com holds no responsibility for any consequences, legal, or other, of such use and/or misuse.
Gent5 starters are made to ultra-high-quality OEM specifications. Our suppliers have supplied starters and parts for car manufacturers and OEM aftermarket replacement companies for over a decade. Factories certified OE factory and suppliers require strict quality control with high precision and repeatability. This is the same stringent requirement expected for all Gent5 parts. Don’t let the price fool you, we cut out the middleman to bring you the low prices while keeping the quality high.
- Reference OEM Number: 23300-79E10
- A brand-new unit, not rebuilt or refurbished
- 100% new components for years of duty and reliability
- Built to handle aftermarket modification and increased engine bay heat.
- All mounting points are precisely machined and resized or rethreaded for bolt-on fit.
- 100% Satisfaction guaranteed.
It’s time to replace your starter if there is:
- Grinding noise
- Malfunctioning solenoid
Why do starters fail? It could be:
- A faulty starter motor
- A weak or worn out battery
- Loose battery terminal connection
- Malfunctioning solenoid
- Loose solenoid cable connection
- Old age and excessive use
How do I know my starter may be bad:
- If you started your car and it won’t start but the car battery is good.
- If you hear a clicking from your engine bay when you turn the key.
A starter’s parts include a motor, solenoid, pinion, batter, and flywheel. if any of these parts are bad or worn out, it will cause a starting problem. Sometimes the solenoid may get stuck which may be freed by tapping on the starter with a screwdriver. If this is what happens, you need a replacement. The motor is operated by the solenoid when the car is turned to the on position. The solenoid is what usually goes bad in the starter along with the worn out pinion gears.
You must replace your start as soon as possible if you realize there’s a problem. If you wait too long there’s a chance other parts may be damaged if the pinion gear gets stuck or becomes loose.
You need your car to start when you want it to start. Gent5 brings you the highest quality replacement starter for your Mazda Miata at the lowest prices.
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