Re: Starter Trauma - CLANK
It could be the solenoid or the starter drive, but I would shim it so it lines up.
Once you shim it up correctly, try it again, if it's out of alignment you could ruin the flywheel or ring gear.
Most places that sell starters will give you a alignment pin, and the instruction sheet with it. While you're there pick up some extra shims in case you need them.
It might take a few trys to get it shimed right, but well worth the effort.
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