Looks like the starter on my 2013 Elantra GLS is starting to go. Had a
couple instances the past few days where I turn the key
and...click...no start. After about 5-25 key turns it will start.
Battery is ok, had it tested. I ordered an OEM replacement as the
local mechanic I trust said not to bother with Remanufactured ones.
I saw a video that shows hot to replace it but seems like a helluva lot of work to remove all that intake stuff just to get at it. Is it easier it get under the car and do it?
I've replaced a valve cover gasket and heater core so I am willing to
get up in there but am I better off having a mechanic who knows how to
do it take care of it? Thanks for any tips.
- posted 5 months ago