Defective starter motors can often first appear as intermittent faults, before surfacing more regularly and eventually permanently refraining from playing their role in turning the engine into action.
Quite often faulty starter motors manifest themselves with an audible “click” instead of the familiar sound of an engine turning.
With all other electric functions seemingly coming alive at the first portion of the key turning (ignition sequence), the “cranking” part of the starting sequence does not occur.
Quite often the culprit can be a weak battery or just a lazy starter-solenoid resulting from a vehicle sitting stationary too long. Our advice would be to have the problem inspected before a vehicle is left stranded causing added emergency-transport costs and possibly recovery costs too.
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