Turning on the ignition sparks a series of events that eventually ensure that the car runs the engine and it is ready for use by the driver. First the battery power flows to the solenoid before it sends currents to the starter motor pushing the starter gear to engage the flywheel after which the motor is awakened to turn the crankshaft of the engine. If the starter system is functional then the engine will start. This is a process that takes milliseconds to happen and faulty starter motors will not work and instead require repair or replacement. The starter system is made up of a number of components which might be what needs to be replaced or repaired so they can work together to make the starting process swift.
Ignition – It is the part where the car keys enter and it’s next to your steering wheel. The lock cylinder where the key fits turns the switch connecting the starter and the battery. It therefore ought to be in a position to engage the starter.
Starter – This is a small electrical device that provides power to the engine.